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HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) – A Richmond woman was arrested and charged with arson in connection to an eastern Henrico house fire. Nicole Monique Carter, 32, was charged with arson and statutory burglary, according to online court records.

She is suspected of starting an April 28 fire that burned a home along the 3200 block of Ainsworth Lane, off Nine Mile Road.

“Units arrived on scene with fire and smoke visible from the second floor of a single family home,” Henrico Firefighters said about the fire. No one was inside the home when fire crews arrived on scene. No one was injured.

Anyone with additional information about the fire was asked to call the Henrico Fire Marshal’s Office at 804-501-4919.


    • Mark

      OK, we all understand you have a problem with blacks. Those are the ones you “comment” on every time you see something negative about them in the news. Now will you please go away and play with your equally stupid friends.

  • Lisa

    Thank you Mark but you have to understand that Manalishi is an a**hole. He always will be. He is ignorant and simple minded. He act like white people does nothing wrong. He is crazy as h*ll & probably is a broke down meth addict. I can’t stand him.

  • C2

    Official police blotters/logs, records, and reports aren’t published anymore as public record, but if they were, they may indicate
    probability and areas of necessary targeted tax resources.

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