Articles Tagged with fire

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An allegedly drunk woman with her two youngsters in the car smashed into a gas pump at a Ceres station causing an explosion that injured her and the children.

On June 27, 23-year-old Isabel Zepeda put her two children, ages 4 and 5, in the back seat and got into her Nissan sedan.

While driving in Ceres, Zepeda was reportedly coming off of Highway 99 at a high speed with the car moving in the direction of a Shell gas station.

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A man in his underwear reportedly climbed a church and set fire to the cross on the bell tower before jumping from rooftop to rooftop using electrical wires to assist him.

Late in the evening on July 7, a security guard was on duty at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Boyle Heights.

The guard reported that he spotted a man ascending the construction scaffolding, and it appeared as if he was headed to the rooftop.

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A woman in an alleged dispute with her roommates reportedly set the living room curtains on fire and walked out, leaving two females in the house who were unaware that she had done so.

30-year-old Bridget Avonelle Cozort is from Kopperston, West Virginia. She has recently been residing with two women in a home in Wyoming County.

On May 21, Cozort was reportedly told that she would need to find another place to live.

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A man who reportedly asserted that his wife was possessed by demons was allegedly seen in a live streaming video as he said he was going to behead her.

Michael Geronimo Ramos and his soon-to-be ex-wife live in Wichita Falls, Texas.

On April 1, Ramos’ wife filed for a divorce. She reported that she was afraid of her husband after he began making threats towards her.

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An allegedly intoxicated Florida man reportedly went on a spree of destruction before sinking his car in a retention pond and refusing to return to shore, where the police were waiting.

On the evening of April 10, 29-year-old Justin Lorrison was reportedly experiencing a run of bad luck.

The man was asked to leave his grandmother’s home for an undisclosed reason.

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Four teenage girls from Pennsylvania who reportedly said they were “bored” allegedly destroyed a residence by starting a devastating fire.

On April 3, a duplex in the Johnstown borough of Ferndale was badly burned when a fire broke out in the home.

Upper Yoder Township police and firefighters were dispatched to the residence to contain the fire. Two of the first responders were injured and hospitalized due to smoke inhalation.

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A man from Boston is facing charges after he was accused of setting a ballot box containing more than 100 ballots on fire.

Around 4:00 am on October 25 in Copley Square, it was reported that a ballot box in front of the Boston Public Library was set on fire.

Upon using water to douse the flames, 87 of the 122 ballots inside of the box were still able to be processed, but 35 were destroyed.

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A Florida man allegedly abruptly disrupted the start of a morning church service when he reportedly slammed his car through the doors and set the foyer ablaze using an accelerant.

Near 7:00 am last Saturday, worshippers at the Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Ocala were getting ready for the morning mass to begin when they were reportedly halted by a potentially dangerous incident.

A van reportedly smashed through the doors of the church and came to a halt, before the driver allegedly emerged from the vehicle and began to splash gasoline around the foyer of the house of worship.

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A woman accused of setting Wendy’s on fire during a protest over the death of Rashard Brooks by the hands of law enforcement was arrested at her lawyer’s office last Tuesday.

39-year-old Natalie Hanna White, reportedly a friend of Rashard Brooks who was killed by the gunfire of a police officer in the parking lot of a Wendy’s restaurant in Atlanta, was the suspect the authorities believed set fire to the establishment on June 13.

The police obtained a warrant for her arrest, and on June 23, White willingly met with officers outside of her attorney’s office building.

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The authorities reported that they were able to use Etsy as a tool in tracking down a woman accused of rioting during a protest where she allegedly torched two law enforcement vehicles.

On May 30, in alignment with many cities across the United States, it was reported that peaceful protests regarding George Floyd’s death were taking place in Philadelphia.

Late in the afternoon, it was reported that “civil unrest” began to break out in parts of the city where the protests were held.

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