CITRONELLE, Ala. (WKRG) – Jason Newburn, the man accused of killing his sister-in-law and setting her home on fire last month, will have to wear an electronic monitoring device if he bonds out of jail. Newburn is charged with murder and arson in the November 19th death of Candy Newburn. Her body was found inside her home in Citronelle after a fire. Newburn was on the run for weeks after that fire and turned himself in on Friday.
Monday morning, a judge set bond at $200,000 on the murder charge and $50,000 on the arson charge.