Wife stabbed, doused with gasoline and set on FIRE at home during fight with husband

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A man stabbed his wife repeatedly and then set her on fire following a fight at their home in Dickson, Tennessee.

Officers arrived at the home alongside firefighters following reports of a fire but were horrified by what they discovered in the home.

The home had heavy smoke coming from it, but it was the woman at the back door who was a more immediate concern.

THE CONFESSION

According to court documents, upon their arrival, 28-year-old Zachary Mowel approached the officers and said, ‘I did it. It was me.’

The injured woman, who turned out to be the man’s wife, Tessa, appeared to have multiple stab wounds to her upper back and chest and still had a knife inside her body.

WHAT INVESTIGATION REVEALS

After their investigation into the horrific crime scene, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation concluded that Mowel had attacked his wife with a knife, then doused her with gasoline and set their home on fire.

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No motive has been given for the attack, but the victim reportedly told police that she and her husband had been in a fight that turned violent, according to WKRN.

He was arrested and charged with attempted first-degree murder, aggravated arson, aggravated assault (domestic-related), and domestic assault.

He is being held at the Dickson County Jail on a bond of $765,000.

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