Authorities say a medical examiner has positively identified three people who were found dead after a mobile home on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.
Authorities in Anne Arundel County have released video of a suspect in a fire that damaged two cars and a town house early Friday morning in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
News outlets cite a statement from the Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office as saying that a caller reported a vehicle on fire Saturday night in the Smith Mountain community. No one was injured.
The videos show the man trying to destroy the surveillance equipment at Comet Ping-Pong while a fire burns in the background on Jan. 23.
Investigators learned the man had checked into the room where it was set hours earlier, and was seen standing nearby while the blaze grew.
The Office of the State Fire Marshal said in a news release Friday that it charged the inmate, 19-year-old Haley Elizabeth Biser, with arson, malicious burning and possession of contraband after the Dec. 23 fire.
A D.C. man charged with attempting to kill his pregnant girlfriend by setting her on fire has been found not guilty on all charges by a Prince George’s County jury in the September 2017 incident.
Police believe Paul Franklin Willis, 37, started the fire around 2 a.m. on Friday at On Our Own, a center in College Park, Maryland, that helps those dealing with behavioral health problems.
One person has been charged with arson after an early Friday morning fire tore through a College Park, Maryland, building.
A Virginia man accused of beating a 71-year-old man, tying him up and setting an apartment ablaze has pleaded no contest to arson and unlawful wounding.
Sean Christopher Roth, 39, who has been with Prince George’s County Fire for 19 years, was jailed in York County, Pennsylvania, and charged with three felonies related to an arson that took place in August.
Joy Roselle Lloyd, 37, is charged with first-degree arson and reckless endangerment in connection with Tuesday’s fire at a Motel 6 in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Police have arrested a woman and a teenager in connection to an assault that involved setting a woman on fire Sunday in Southeast D.C.
Amanda Hooker of Upper Marlboro is charged with first- and second-degree arson and first- and second-degree malicious burning.
Investigators in D.C. are searching for the person they say set a woman on fire Sunday leaving her in critical condition.
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