Arrests Made In Connection To Heart of Lubbock Neighborhood Arson - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/1/08

Arrests Made In Connection To Heart of Lubbock Neighborhood Arson

New developments in the arson fires in the Heart of Lubbock Neighborhood. Three men are now behind bars in connection with at least one of those fires. Later Friday afternoon, Lubbock Police along with the Lubbock Fire Marshal's Office served felony warrants on three arson suspects.

They are accused of setting this vehicle on fire in the car port at 2306 Avenue U on May 16th of this year. The flames from the car spread to the house, and caused serious damage. An elderly woman who lived at the home was able to escape. 

Michael Ray Boggio, Nathan Lee Montanez and Joshua Lee Ramos are in the Lubbock County Jail charged with arson. The Fire Marshal's Office is still looking for other suspects connected to arsons in the city. If you have any information, call Crimeline at 741-1000.

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