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HANOVER COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) - One week after they were charged with vandalizing more than 50 Hanover County homes and vehicles, investigators charged two teenagers with setting brush fires in the same Battlefield Green subdivision.

While the vandalism happened in December, the brush fires burned early in the morning of March 1, according to Hanover Fire-EMS spokesman
Battalion Chief Jason Williams. Fire marshals worked with Hanover Sherriff’s investigators in this case.

“We take all fires seriously, especially fires that are intentionally set," Hanover Fire-EMS Chief Jethro Piland. "Our strong partnership with the Hanover County Sherriff’s Office was instrumental in solving this case.


    • athynz

      Agreed – along with their parents. Someone is not teaching these children wrong from right and since that is supposed to be the job of the parents…

  • Lindsey

    Are you kidding me? They are kids. Yes, they clearly have piss poor parents, but they need guidance and motovation, and positive role models. Not to be locked away!! Thank God I am not paying for stupid childhood mistakes the rest of my life.

    This is my neighborhood, and I only hope that the kids get help.

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