Lubbock Fire Marshal's investigating recent arsons - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/14/09

Lubbock Fire Marshal's investigating recent arsons

34th & King Ave. 34th & King Ave.
50th & Vanda 50th & Vanda

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - There are new leads in a weekend arson case, but so far they have yet to pan out. That's what the Lubbock Fire Marshal's Office tells NewsChannel 11.

Late Friday night there was a house explosion and fire in the 34th & . The house was a total loss. 

Someone set the grass on fire next to a house in the 6100 block of Avenue S. It almost got the house too, and the Fire Marshal's Office suspects it is an attempted arson.

So we've had three cases in the last four days that are outright arson or "suspicious". The one we haven't mentioned yet was a suspicious fire at 50th and Vanda late Sunday night. Firefighters got there in time to prevent a major loss.

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7/13/09
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