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  • Pasco Fire Department extinguishes suspicious car fire on West Margaret Street

    Pasco police and fire units responded to a car fire just before midnight Monday in the parking lot of the Pasco Housing Authority complex in the 200-block of W. Margaret St. A maroon 1994 Chevy Lumina 4-door sedan was heavily damaged by flames. The case is being investigated by Officer John D'Aquila and fire investigators as a suspicious fire. Anyone with information about the incident, case PP16-41141, is asked to call the Pasco Police Department at (509)545-3421.

Pasco police and fire units responded to a car fire just before midnight Monday in the parking lot of the Pasco Housing Authority complex in the 200-block of W. Margaret St. A maroon 1994 Chevy Lumina 4-door sedan was heavily damaged by flames. The case is being investigated by Officer John D'Aquila and fire investigators as a suspicious fire. Anyone with information about the incident, case PP16-41141, is asked to call the Pasco Police Department at (509)545-3421. Courtesy Pasco Police Department
Pasco police and fire units responded to a car fire just before midnight Monday in the parking lot of the Pasco Housing Authority complex in the 200-block of W. Margaret St. A maroon 1994 Chevy Lumina 4-door sedan was heavily damaged by flames. The case is being investigated by Officer John D'Aquila and fire investigators as a suspicious fire. Anyone with information about the incident, case PP16-41141, is asked to call the Pasco Police Department at (509)545-3421. Courtesy Pasco Police Department

Suspicious fire destroys car near Pasco housing complex

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    Fire inspector Ethan Bishop of the Kennewick Department shares preliminary details about a suspected arson fire in a home at 303 W. 19th Ave. in Kennewick. Firefighters removed Sergio S. Tijerina, 34, from the burning home and Kennewick Police later booked him into the jail on an arson charge. Three other people escaped from the house. No one was injured.