Quick Notes is an ICAC communication that will give you quick, timely links to recent news items impacting arson prevention, investigations, litigation and training. We trust that Quick Notes will be an easy way for you to remain current in news concerning arson control.
Catching an arsonist is difficult, seeing that most of the evidence is turned to ash in a fire, but there is a science to it.
HSC teamed up with the Wisconsin Alliance for Fire Safety to make its award winning home fire safety video available to members of the Expert Network. "A Burning Issue: Is Your Family Safe?" is available on VHS in English and on DVD in English/Spanish.
A pair of vacant houses within blocks of each other caught fire late Thursday, prompting an investigation by the Houston Fire Department's arson unit.
The arson case remains open and no one has been ruled out as a suspect. Federal agents are aware of the sales tax fraud investigation against Lundberg.
A Superior Court judge found William A. Beckerman guilty Tuesday of torching his 3,200-square-foot
FBI video of explosions shown at arson trial.
Now lab results on samples from the crime scene contradict evidence cited by investigators. Where a trained dog smelled a fire accelerant, testing did not.
Arson Case Law
Court upholds amount of insurance claim as evidence of restitution order accompanying determination of guilt for arson.
Case involving mortgagee payments setoff and affirmative defenses to fire loss.
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