SALISBURY, Md.- Deputy Maryland State Fire Marshals have charged a man in connection with a fire that occurred Dec. 30 on the 1100 block of South Division Street in Salisbury.
The fire involved a 20-foot by 20-foot metal-framed commercial outbuilding that was put out by members of the Salisbury Fire Department Station #1. The fire caused an estimated $1,500 in damage to the structure and personal contents stored inside.
According to investigators, it was determined that Donald D. Walker Jr. of Salisbury intentionally set the fire.
Walker was taken into custody at his home Wednesday and charged with second-degree arson, malicious destruction of property, second-degree malicious burning, as well as second- and fourth-degree burglary.
If convicted, Walker faces 42 years and/or $33,000 in fines.
Saturday, May 18 2013 10:19 AM EDT2013-05-18 14:19:20 GMT
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