Investigators found that the fire at 10 Meadowbrook Lane
late Wednesday, which sent two people to the hospital, was set intentionally.
Stonington Fire Marshal George Brennan said the fire was set on the second story and that there are “other issues still to be determined” about the fire.
He said the two people involved in the house fire are still being treated in the hospital. Bryan Marshall is listed in critical condition at Yale New Haven and wife Adrienne Amero-Marshall is listed in fair condition at L+M Hospital.
Neighbor Mike Nolan told reporters at The Day that he interrupted a physical altercation between the two and called 9-1-1, meanwhile Marshall ran back into the building while Amero-Marshall remained outside. Shortly after, Nolan realized the second story apartment above the garage was on fire and found Marshall on the ground “with a serious head injury and complaining of back pain.”
Police responded to a domestic call at 10:42 p.m. Wednesday and found Amero-Marshall outside with lacerations and bleeding.According to an earlier report in The Day, police told reporters that no one else was home at the time of the incidents. Firefighters from the Mystic, Quiambaug, Old Mystic and Stonington departments all responded to the scene.