A dispute over a car repair job resulted in the vehicle being set on fire.
The argument began when the victim asked his neighbor to perform a minor repair to his car. However, he believed his car was damaged instead of repaired, and refused to pay. It was then that the car was allegedly set on fire by the man who was to repair it.
When the suspect was found, he allegedly admitted to setting the car ablaze, and told investigators to send him to prison. He then threatened to burn the victim when he got out, among other things. Police records show that the suspect has been arrested at least 60 times since 1969, and has been jailed at least 5 times in the past year. He now faces charges of second degree arson.
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