A 19 year-old Bensalem firefighter in training has been charge with Arson.
The Wilmington Fire Marshal’s Office and the Arson Task Force have filed charges against Johnny Williams for causing the building fire that took the life of 65-year-old José DeJesus.
Authorities have filed more charges against a suspended New Jersey police officer accused of setting fire to his police captain’s home.
A Philadelphia pastor is facing charges after he allegedly set fire to his own car and lied to an insurance company.
Philadelphia police are searching for two suspects in connection with a car arson that was caught on tape.
One man is under arrest after an early morning fire in the Feltonville section of the city.
The 350 members of the Class of ’13 gathered on Kerr Field in the shape of the number 13. The school’s Lansdowne campus was heavily damaged by an arson fire last month.
Three suspects, including a volunteer firefighter, have been charged with intentionally setting to fire to a historic mansion in Bucks County that caused significant damage.
Police say a New Jersey woman intentionally set fire to her home while her daughter and another person were still inside.
Officials announced that a volunteer firefighter was sentenced for arson on Thursday.
Three juveniles were arrested for allegedly starting fires in multiple trash cans around a former middle school in Mays Landing Saturday night.
A Philadelphia man has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for a potentially catastrophic arson insurance fraud which netted him over $127,000.
A Philadelphia man has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for a potentially catastrophic arson insurance fraud which netted him over $127,000. The arson fire went to two alarms and although, fortunately no one was injured, it destroyed the building and threatened other homes, businesses, a school and interrupted public transportation near Bustleton Avenue in the far Northeast.
Police in Folcroft, Delaware County are investigating their 3rd arson fire involving a car in less than four weeks.
Those fires left both individuals and a social service agency scrambling.