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Salisbury Youths Charged for Arson of Portable Toilets

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SALISBURY, Md.- Deputy State Fire Marshals charged two juveniles with intentionally igniting combustibles inside two portable toilets outside Prince Street Elementary at 400 Prince Street in Salisbury. 

Police said that the incident originally happened June 28 at around 6:30 p.m. 

They said the damage to the portable toilets owned by Fogle's Septic is estimated at $1,500. 

Witnesses in the area at the time of the fire described a ten and an eleven year-old as possible suspects involved with the fire. 

When questioned, both of the boys confessed to burning the portable toilets when they ignited toilet paper located inside. 

The juveniles have been charged with 2 counts of 2nd degree arson, 2 counts of 2nd
degree malicious burning and 2 counts malicious destruction of property. 

They were released into the custody of their parents pending further actions by the Wicomico County Department of Juvenile Services.

 

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