Created on: Monday, March, 2017 20 9:20 AM
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Man charged following couch fire
The Dominion Post
MORGANTOWN — A Pennsylvania man was arrested following a couch fire March 18 on Willey Street.
According to a city of Morgantown news release: The Morgantown Fire Department extinguished, a rubbish fire near 762 Willey St. Upon arrival, fire department personnel saw a couch and other debris on fire close to adjacent buildings and parked vehicles.
Thomas Blaise Holzbauer, 20, of Lancaster, was arrested and charged with malicious burning. He was released on $500 bond.
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