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Man charged with arson, fraud after Lubbock, TX investigators question vehicle fire story

 Tuesday, August 27, 2013

 Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

A Lubbock man was arrested this week on charges of arson and insurance fraud after Lubbock fire investigators found his story about a vehicle fire suspicious. An arrest warrant affidavit written by Lubbock Fire Department Lt. Michael Loftin accuses Kenneth D. Brown, 57, of intentionally setting fire to his own 2012 Dodge pickup on April 11. Brown is also charged with insurance fraud because investigators claim he “prepared a statement that he knew contained false and misleading material.” Loftin said Brown presented the false claim to a State Farm Insurance agent. Firefighters were sent to the 4400 block of 46th Street about 12:30 a.m. on April 11 for a vehicle fire.

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