Five people facing charges for Arnprior blaze
By The Canadian PressHeadlines News
Aug. 4, 2016, Arnprior, Ont. - Five people are scheduled to appear in court on Friday in connection with an incendiary device thrown through the window of a home in Arnprior, Ont., just after 4:30 a.m. on July 30.
Police arrested all five suspects on Monday — three 20-year old males from the Arnprior and Pembroke areas identified as Braydon Miller, Noah Neuman and Tedy Wolfe — and two others who cannot be identified under terms of the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
All five are charged with attempted murder and two arson charges. Miller faces an additional charge of criminal harassment.
One of the young suspects also faces a drug-related charge and the other is also charged with possession of a prohibited weapon.
Ontario Provincial Police say there were no injuries in a fire that was caused by the device.
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