Authorities release Monroe house firebombing 911 call

MONROE - Authorities have released tapes of the 911 call made from inside the Monroe home that was firebombed this weekend.

In the call made on Saturday at 4 a.m., Jean Bezerra explains to Monroe police that there were "explosions outside our house and something's burning."

Michael Cavallo, Jonathan Cavallo, and Matthew Debski were arrested and accused of intentionally firing explosive devices at the home on Laquinta Court. The men now face 21 charges, including counts of arson and aggravated assault for setting off the explosive devices.

The family of five escaped safely.

To listen to the entire 911 call, click here.

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