In the video, the men can be seen inside the home in the 500 block of McIntosh Trail, damaging windows with a chair, smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol before setting a couch on fire in the living room, according to an incident report previously obtained by AJC.com.
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Deputies said the men can be heard cheering as the flames grew to an estimated 15 feet. Then, according to the report, they left the scene.
A fire break was necessary to prevent the blaze from spreading and damaging nearby homes, deputies said.
The grand jury charged in the indictments that Gwinn, Libourel, Matheson, Nino and Brooking acted “under such circumstances that it was reasonably foreseeable that human life was endangered.”
A developer owned the home and no one was living there at the time, Channel 2 Action News reported.
Five men were arrested in Coweta after setting fire to a home.