Alexander Piggee’s failed suicide attempt didn’t physically harm anyone, but it did cause $55 million worth of damage, and forced 44 stores to close temporarily.
Less than one year after a devastating fire at the Roseville Galleria, the rebuilt portion is opening today.
Shoppers mark your calendars! The grand-reopening of the Westfield Galleria at Roseville is scheduled for October 6th.
Alexander Piggee, the man convicted of setting the Roseville Galleria fire, has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Placer County officials have rejected claims by insurance companies seeking to recoup more than $23 million from a large fire that consumed a shopping mall last October.
The man accused of setting a fire that caused more than $50 million in damage to the Westfield Roseville Galleria has entered a guilty plea in federal court this morning.
CBS13 got its first look inside the epicenter of the Galleria inferno since the mall went up in flames five months ago.
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The young man accused of setting a fire that caused millions of dollars in damage to the Westfield Roseville Galleria has pleaded not guilty to two counts of arson. Alexander Piggee, 23, […]
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Alexander Piggee, the 23-year-old man accused of setting fires that caused millions of dollars in damage to the Westfield Roseville Galleria last October, has been has been indicted by a federal grand […]
A day after a Placer County judge denied a gag order sealing a key report, the city of Roseville has released the report detailing the emergency response to the Roseville Galleria fire confiirming the mall’s sprinkler system was shut off for more than an hour.
A Placer County judge has denied a gag order to seal key information in the Roseville Galleria fire that caused millions in damage.
A final decision on the gag order that seals key information in the Roseville Galleria fire was put off Tuesday and will be decided later this week.