Delaware Teen Charged in Store Fire That Caused $3M in Damage


A Delaware teen is accused of starting a fire at a Family Dollar store that caused an estimated $3 million in damages.

Harry Miller with the State Fire Marshal’s Office tells news outlets that the 16-year-old boy was charged Wednesday in connection with Monday’s arson. Miller says the evening fire at the Seaford store destroyed the entire building and everything inside.
An employee was treated for smoke inhalation, but no other injuries were reported.

Young people are accused of a number of criminal arson and four accusations of blasphemy. The researchers do not say how they are defined.

He was left to his parents. The fire is still under investigation and more fees can be added.

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