Two rabbis have been indicted in connection with the fatal fire in Spring Valley earlier this year while cleaning the facility’s ovens for Passover with a 20-pound propane-injected torch. That’s according to the Journal News. They’re also accused of asking to have the facility’s fire alarm system be taken offline from the county’s central fire dispatching center and putting it in “test mode” while the cleaning ritual was underway. A Rockland grand jury handed up an indictment charging Rabbi Nathaniel Sommer and his son Aaron Sommer with multiple counts of second-degree manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, arson, reckless endangerment, and assault. They are scheduled to be arraigned on Thursday. 35 year-old Jared Lloyd was killed fighting the blaze at the Evergreen Court Home for Adults. A 79 year-old resident of the facility also died. The investigation thus far has brought charges against the head of Spring Valley’s Building Department, the village’s chief inspector, the facility’s director, and a maintenance employee. All have pleaded not guilty.