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Catoosa County fire ruled arson

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Emergency crews battled a fire in Catoosa County early Thursday morning, March 2, and investigators say it was arson.

According to the Catoosa County Sheriff's Department, the blaze erupted around 4:13 a.m. at 37 Mark Lane just off Roach Hollow Road.

Catoosa County Fire & Rescue was able to extinguish the flames, while fire marshal investigators combed through the scene to determine the cause.

Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph Hudgens said fire investigators with his office have ruled arson as the cause of the incident.

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Authorities investigating Catoosa County arson case; $10,000 reward for information

Catoosa County Sheriff’s detectives and fire investigators are looking into a potential arson case after a man discovered the inside of his mobile home burned up.

According to the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department, deputies were dispatched to the mobile home at 553 Correll Road on Saturday morning, June 4, after the homeowner claimed the inside of the home had suspiciously been burned up.

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