Two males have been arrested for allegedly setting hearth to a Bangor dwelling late final month.
Joshua Fletcher, 19, and Eric Hasenbank, 41, have been charged with arson, in response to Shannon Moss, a spokesperson for the Maine Division of Public Security.
Fletcher and Hasenbank allegedly set hearth to a home on Elm Road in Bangor’s Tree Streets neighborhood about 3:45 a.m. on Aug. 31. Two individuals who have been inside the house on the time of the hearth escaped with out damage, Moss stated Friday afternoon.
An investigation by the Maine hearth marshal’s workplace decided the hearth was deliberately set, in response to Moss.
Fletcher was arrested Friday at a youth shelter in Bangor, whereas Hasenbank was arrested Thursday at his dwelling in Harrington in Washington County on Thursday,
Fletcher and Hasenbank are being held on the Penobscot County Jail in Bangor.
Authorities proceed to go looking for a girl named Shelby, whom Moss described as being roughly 50 years previous, white, and having a slender construct and reddish or brown shoulder-length hair. The lady is thought to frequent the realm close to the Hope Home Well being and Residing Middle on Company Drive in Bangor.
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