San Diegans quickly learned how to disable Amber Alerts on their iPhones (Settings -> Notifications -> AMBER Alerts).
While media are focusing on suspect James DiMaggio's "crush" on one of the missing children, it turns out there's also a Greenspan's Body Count angle to the story:
Angelina Amati said the family called DiMaggio "Uncle Jim," and added that she believed DiMaggio was depressed because he was about to lose his home.
DiMaggio bought his house in remote Boulevard, California in 2009 for $235,000, and its current value according to Zillow is $184,677.
It burned down, not worth much of anything now.
What, you don't want 3 acres of scrub land in BFE?
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