Posted on Friday, January 2014, 1 17:12
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[Guide] On January 1, Australian Eastern Time, a 17-year-old girl from NSW who was suspected of deliberately arson causing nearly 400 hectares of bushes to scorched earth has been charged by the police. After the girl deliberately caused a mountain fire, the fire caused obvious damage to a large area of ​​bushes, but the fire was finally extinguished.

On the evening of September 9 (Saturday), Eastern Time, the bushes near Killingworth in Lake Macquarie were deliberately set off by a bushfire. The fire caused 28 hectares of bushes to be burned and damaged. Firefighters rushed there after receiving the news. At the scene, the fire was finally extinguished.

After the fire broke out, detectives from the Property Crime Squad's Arson Unit (Property Crime Squad's Arson Unit, an organization that specializes in investigating fire incidents in Lake Macquarie) conducted a thorough investigation of the matter, and finally went to Teralba yesterday (Thursday). A 19-year-old girl was arrested in a private house on Railway Street. The police also found some “stolen goods” in her home, including a Nissan Patrol 4WD car and a pair of expensive shoes.

The girl was taken to the Toronto Police Station and charged with deliberately causing a forest fire and allowing it to spread. She has been granted conditional bail and is expected to appear in Toronto District Court on February 2.

Source: Sydney Today