California Man Gets Nearly 12 Years For Arson And Extortion Conspiracy53 year old Joel Kenneth Ausbie recruited and paid a man to discharge a firearm into Ausbie's estranged common law wife's parents' home.
Woman Charged With Lighting Classic Vehicle on Fire at LV Fire HQBarbara Gooden has been charged with one count of arson third degree for allegedly setting the fire at Fire and Rescue headquarters.
Man Faces Arson Charge In Vegas House FireA man was arrested by Las Vegas Fire and Rescue Arson investigators after allegedly setting a fire inside a Las Vegas home late Saturday morning, according to authorities.
Man, 63, Held on Arson in Pahrump Church FireA sheriff's spokesman says a 63-year-old Nevada man is facing felony arson and other charges after he was accused of starting a fire at an evangelical Christian church.
Woman Arrested in Palm-Tree Fueled Arson FireArson investigators say the suspect allegedly used a nearby palm tree to start the fire.
Three Appear in Vegas Court in Drug Torture-Arson Slayings CaseThree men appeared in a Las Vegas courtroom Tuesday in a brutal torture, arson and murder case that police say stemmed from missing drug shipments mailed to the Philadelphia area.
Man Who Set Fire To Be Sentenced In Vegas Puppy Arson CaseA one-time boxer who's been jailed for more than a year is due to learn how much prison time he'll serve for setting fire to a pet shop where 27 puppies and dogs were rescued from cages 13 months ago.
Pregnant Store Owner Gets 5 Years In Puppy Arson Case
Warehouse Arsonist Gets Five YearsA former employee at a beauty supply business will go to prison for five years in a million dollar arson fire in 2013.
Puppy Arson Hearing DelayedA judge has delayed a hearing and moved back a trial date in the arson at a Las Vegas puppy store
Drug Deal Assault May Have Arson ConnectionA man arrested for kidnapping is suspected in the arson fire at a Northwest Valley home last week.
Puppy Raffle Remains On HoldAn injunction halting the scheduled raffle of puppies that survived a store arson will remain in effect for now, according to a ruling by a Clark County judge.