A man convicted in one of San Francisco’s most bizarre crimes is under arrest after being tied to at least one recent arson case in the city’s Castro neighborhood.
State fire officials are investigating a small-but-suspicious fire that broke out on the grounds of the California governor’s mansion.
An arsonist may be on the loose in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood after vehicles were burned early Monday morning.
Contra Costa County Fire crews have a fire that grew to three-alarms at multiple homes in Martinez under control and one person is in custody for what officials say looks to be the work of a single arsonist.
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San Francisco police said the suspect was located Wednesday morning in the South Bay.
The San Francisco home made famous in the 1993 movie “Mrs. Doubtfire” was apparently the target of a suspicious fire on Monday night.
Fire officials said it is still unclear if the suspect is involved in a string of car fires that have been set in San Jose and Campbell recently.
Police and fire crews were dealing with a rash of car fires in the South Bay since Monday night. Three of the vehicles were torched in the span of just one hour, in San Jose.
Fire crews are investigating three separate car fires that occurred in San Jose early Tuesday morning.