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WNDU - We are continuing to follow a situation in Marshall County where a year-old woman is now behind bars for arson and fleeing the scene of an accident. On Friday around 2 a. On Monday, Marshall County police received information about a person of interest and obtained a search warrant for a home at Gatewood Trailer Park in Plymouth. Police then arrested year-old Lindsey Allman for arson and leaving the scene of an accident.
Those who live near the worship hall were shocked that something like this would happen in such a quiet area, and one woman says she and her husband have lived in their home nearby for 55 years. We have good neighbors. Police say the damages done to the building and its landscaping are only minor, and there is an ongoing investigation into this incident. One of the elders of the worship hall spoke with 16 News Now over the phone Tuesday and says they are grateful the damages done are only minor and they are waiting to give further comment at this time.
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