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Arson

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  • Man wanted in sister-in-law's death arrested in Florida

    Man wanted in sister-in-law's death arrested in Florida
    Howard County police said Timothy Mark Fuller, the man they claim shot his sister-in-law before officials found her body inside a burning trailer in Elkridge Saturday, was arrested Sunday morning in Florida. Fuller, of Elkridge, was arrested by an...
  • Man charged with arson for CTA recycling bin fire

    Man charged with arson for CTA recycling bin fire
    A 19-year-old West Side man set fire to a recycling bin at a Red Line station on the North Side earlier this month before boarding the train, prosecutors said. Ivan Corona-Gutierrez, of the 2200 block of South Kildare Avenue, was ordered held in lieu of...
  • Reputed Bookmaker Gets Bail In Restaurant Arson

    A judge granted bail Tuesday for a reputed mob bookmaker who had a stun gun and a cattle prod when he was charged last week with burning down a Middletown restaurant in an insurance fraud. Federal prosecutors insisted that, as a condition of his...
  • Police arrest L.A. woman in fire at 'Mrs. Doubtfire' house

    Police arrest L.A. woman in fire at 'Mrs. Doubtfire' house
    A 25-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of trying to burn down a San Francisco home used in the making of the movie “Mrs. Doubtfire," starring the late Robin Williams. Tyqwon Eugenen Welch of Los Angeles was arrested Wednesday morning...
  • Owner Charged With Setting Fire To Middletown Restaurant

    Owner Charged With Setting Fire To Middletown Restaurant
    An East Hartford man was charged with arson by a federal grand jury in connection with a 2010 fire at Enzo's Restaurant and Lounge, of which he was part owner, according to the U.S. Attorney's office. John A. Barile, 51, was also charged with conspiracy...
  • Woman charged with arson after incidents at East Baltimore corner store

    Woman charged with arson after incidents at East Baltimore corner store
    A 33-year-old woman is charged with arson after city police said she tried to burn down an East Baltimore convenience store with Molotov cocktail Wednesday night. Aisha Tankia Warsaw, of the unit block of N. Port St., was arrested Thursday after...
  • Arson suspected in blaze at S.F. home used to film 'Mrs. Doubtfire'

    Arson suspected in blaze at S.F. home used to film 'Mrs. Doubtfire'
    Arson is suspected as the cause of a fire at a San Francisco home used in the making of the movie "Mrs. Doubtfire" starring the late Robin Williams, police said. Police and fire arson investigators were called at about 8:14 p.m. Monday to the home in...
  • Suspicious Fire Damages Enfield Home

    Suspicious Fire Damages Enfield Home
    ENFIELD — A suspicious fire on the deck of a vacant home at 376 Elm St. damaged the home's siding and back door, but did not extend into the house, fire officials said Wednesday. Enfield police, the town fire marshal and the state fire marshal are...
  • Woman admits arson, manslaughter in Mineral Springs Hotel blaze

    Woman admits arson, manslaughter in Mineral Springs Hotel blaze
    A woman who set a massive fire at a Forks Township hotel that cost a man his life pleaded guilty Thursday to involuntary manslaughter and arson, under a plea agreement in which she will serve five to 10 years in state prison. Fallonn Craig admitted to...
  • Hidden homeless make do in the shadows of downtown L.A.'s luxury

    Hidden homeless make do in the shadows of downtown L.A.'s luxury
    Ammo lives under a bridge with half a dozen men, within shouting distance of Walt Disney Concert Hall. For the little band he calls his "children," he "tweaks" sunshades, tarps and even a leather couch to make cozy leans-to, including one modeled on a...
  • Cicero landlord convicted of murder in 2010 fire that killed 7 people

    Cicero landlord convicted of murder in 2010 fire that killed 7 people
    A jury Monday convicted a Cicero landlord of murder in an arson fire on Valentine's Day, 2010, that killed seven people, including four children, according to prosecutors and court records. Lawrence Myers, 64, wanted to burn down his building in the...