Md. Fire Marshal Investigating Possible Serial Arsonist In Cecil CountyAccording to Office of the State Fire Marshal, there are four fires that were deemed an arson in the Conowingo area of the county.
House Fire That Left 2 Men Dead In Maryland Was ArsonAuthorities say a house fire that left two men dead in Maryland was deliberately set.
Coconut Charlie's Owner Puts Up $10K For Info Leading To Arson ArrestThe owner of a popular Anne Arundel County bar and restaurant that was intentionally set on fire has now increased the reward for information that leads to an arrest.
ATF: Fire At Popular Bar 'Coconut Charlie's' Was Intentionally SetATF agents say a fire at a popular Pasadena bar is now being investigated as arson.
Sisters Charged In Playground Fire After Setting Fire To NotebookTwo juveniles sisters have been charged with arson-related charges for a playground fire that did more than $1,000 in damages.
Man Accused Of Starting Fire Charged With Arson, Attempted MurderPolice have made an arrest in connection with an arson case at a Prince George's County home in Upper Marlboro last week.
'Public Enemy No. 1': Police ID Suspect In Firebombing, Killing 2, Injuring 6Police are on a manhunt for the person they believe killed two people Saturday morning by starting a house fire, calling him "Public Enemy Number One."
Arson Investigation Underway After Fire Rips Through Baltimore HomeAn arson investigation is underway after a home goes up in flames this morning in Baltimore.
Man Who Attacked Store Owner During Riots Pleads GuiltyA 23-year-old man pleaded guilty Monday to the arson of a Baltimore food market amid the riots and unrest that broke out following the death of Freddie Gray last year, authorities said.
Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty to Arson in Last Year's RiotsA 23-year-old man pleaded guilty Monday to the arson of a Baltimore food market amid the riots and unrest that broke out following the death of Freddie Gray last year, authorities said.
Man Admits to Setting Liquor Store On Fire During Baltimore RiotsA man has pleaded guilty on Monday to malicious destruction of property by fire, arising from the arson of a liquor store during the Baltimore Riots.
Man Wanted In New Year's Day Arson CapturedThe latest man dubbed "Public Enemy No. 1" by Baltimore City police is captured days after investigators say he set fire to a home and blocked the exits so no one could get out.