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Kingsport, TNKingsport Times-News

Woman charged with arson in Dorothy Street fire

KINGSPORT — A 39-year-old Kingsport woman has been charged with arson after allegedly admitting to burning down a house in Gibsontown last week. The Kingsport Fire Department responded to a house fire at the intersection of Dorothy Street and Minton Street at about midnight on July 23. The house was fully involved and was a total loss, according to the KFD.
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Bozeman, MTFOX 28 Spokane

Woman who reportedly set fire to her house charged with arson

BOZEMAN, Mont. – A Bozeman woman has been arrested after she reportedly set fire to her house and put a zip tie around her neck, initially claiming another person did it. Court documents say Bozeman Police Officers along with Bozeman Fire and AMR responded on July 27 to a fire on South McAdow Avenue.
Hollywood, FLFort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel

Man charged with arson and attempted murder in fire at Hollywood apartment

HOLLYWOOD — Broward Sheriff’s deputies have arrested a man in connection with an arson at the Carriage Hills Apartments in Hollywood last week. Obed Ordonez is charged with two counts of attempted murder, along with arson, aggravated animal abuse and grand theft, according to Hollywood Police Department. A spokesman for the police department could not answer questions about whether Ordonez knew the two residents whose unit he is accused of setting ablaze.
Greenville, NCpiratemedia1.com

Man arrested for setting ECU PD car on fire

The East Carolina University Police Department (ECU PD) arrested a man in Greenville, North Carolina, for setting an ECU PD SUV on fire on July 27. The release said Fernando Daniel Laurens was charged with resist, delay and obstructing a police officer and three counts of felony arson to personal property. Laurens, the release said, is not an ECU student, and his last known residence was in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Indio, CAPosted by
KESQ News Channel 3

Indio Blvd construction site fires ruled arson; $50,000reward offered for information

Two fires that occurred just a week apart at the same construction zone on Indio Boulevard earlier this month are being investigated as arson. The fires happened at a construction site for a new AM/PM gas station and car wash located at 81933 Indio Blvd. on July 4 and July 11. The first fire completely The post Indio Blvd construction site fires ruled arson; $50,000reward offered for information appeared first on KESQ.
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