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Flint Fire Department Ramps Up Arson Prevention

The Flint Fire Department is ramping up its fire prevention efforts by using proactive field work and public education. Chief David Cox, Jr. has been sending out personnel, led by Fire Marshall Marcus Brown, to canvass different areas of the city to identify likely hot spots of arson activity

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Man Charged for Allegedly Setting Multiple Fires in Flint

A man has been charged for for his alleged role in an arson case. Robert Lucas Williams, 21, was arraigned on Monday on charges of Fourth Degree Arson and several other felony charges of arson.

According to the Michigan State Police, Williams was charged for an incident that occurred on August 7th in the 700 block of West University Avenue in the City of Flint

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Flint Sees Slight Decline in Arsons in 2011

In 2010, Flint firefighters responded to nearly 500 suspected arsons. In 2011, that number dropped. Firefighters responded to 362 fires at vacant or abandoned structures. All fires at vacant or abandoned buildings are typically considered arson

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Abandoned House Fire on Flint's East Side
Khalil AlHajal, The Flint Journal
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9 People in House Next to Abandoned House Fire

Flint, the town of murders and fire. Last year we saw a record of house fires and murders, make Flint one of the most dangerous places to live, but we all choose to stay here because of a love for this city. Do you think we will see a rise in fires and more murders this year in Flint? Read about the latest house fire from mLive.com:

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