Gaines County man charged in counseling center arson - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Gaines County man charged in counseling center arson

Eric Robert Wolfe Eric Robert Wolfe
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The Lubbock Fire Marshal's office is filing felony arson charges against a man accused of trying to set a Lubbock counseling center on fire in late September.

Eric Robert Wolfe , 41,  is behind bars in Gaines County on an unrelated charge.

Security video shows a suspect pouring flammable liquid on the Family Counseling Services building and then setting it on fire.

There was some damage to the outside of the building.

Wolfe will be transported back to Lubbock where he'll face the second-degree felony charge.

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