After an argument with his wife, Oswald Pereira set fire to her home and attempted to evade the police at high speed. He was arrested after he hit a school bus while fleeing from the authorities on Wednesday morning in Florida’s Lake County.

The man has been charged for arson of property; assault by vehicle (hit-and-run) against another person or object (bus); evasion of law enforcement officer resulting in bodily injury; and three counts nonviolent obstruction of justice without force.

When interviewed about why she thinks her husband would have done such thing, Mrs Pereria reportedly said that it might be because “he watches too many movies.”

A chase between Pereira and the police led to her switching from one car to another. This helped authorities follow her as she tried hiding in a house’s closet, but was caught anyway with 15 percent of burns covering parts of her body.

The arson incident has now been revealed as the work of a criminal. According to his neighbors, Pereira was once an enthusiastic horse jockey who loved both family and job but later became extremely miserable for unknown reasons.

The only person known to have suffered in this crime is actually the perpetrator himself- Pereira’s poor mental condition resulted in him burning down his own house with no one inside it except him! This wasn’t even first time that he had committed such crimes either; back in 2018, complaints of theft and domestic violence were lodged against him by acquaintances which show how troubled he must be currently after what happened on Friday night too.

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