Arson Becoming A More Personal Crime

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http://www.twincities.com/mld/twincities/news/columnists/ruben_rosario/6361250.htm Spite-revenge arsonists are on the rise in Minnesota, says the St. Paul Pioneer-Press. They're usually jilted lovers or disgruntled employees, often first-time offenders, who decide to use arson as payback or retribution for a real or perceived slight. That appears to describe the 21-year-old Gaylord, Minn., woman charged this week with deliberately setting fire to a door manufacturing plant where she worked, causing more than $2 million in . . .

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