Attempted first-degree murder and first-degree arson.  

Nicholas Alexander Wallace
Nicholas Alexander Wallace

Fear of burning to death might be the worst possible way to experience the threat of dying, it's a slow and painful process. There are numbers of ways that one can die from side effects of the fire before the fire actually kills the person.

This  allegedly  happened Sunday night February 15, 2018 to
Brittany Long, 29 of 308 Dullard Road, Tabor City suffered the fear. She had gasoline poured on her before Nicholas Alexander Wallace, 25, starting a fire that destroyed there home. Columbus County sheriff’s office reports that Mr. Wallace dumped the fuel on Brittany Long, 29, and the contents of a room in their single-wide trailer. He caused extreme panic while setting the home ablaze. Two children in the home ran fearing to there neighbor for help. They were physical not hurt yet extreme panic is a pain that can cause hurtful memories to last forever.

Now Nicholas Alexander Wallace, 25,  is being held without bond being allowed. He now faces three counts of attempted first-degree murder and one of first-degree arson.
The responders came from Tabor City and Nakina  Fire Departments along with the Deputy Sheriffs and Fire Marshall.