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Three Vehicle Fires In Clarksville Investigated As Arson

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Cherry Tree Drive Cherry Tree Drive
Cherry Tree Drive Cherry Tree Drive
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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Clarksville Police are investigating three vehicle fires in a residential neighborhood as arson.

Emergency responders were called out to battle the three fires within a 15 minute time frame around 3 a.m. Monday.

Two of the vehicle fires happened in the driveways on Cherry Tree Drive and Boxcroft Court. The one at Cherry Tree Drive also damaged the exterior of the home along with a neighboring home. In both fires, the vehicles were destroyed.

In the third incident, the vehicle was set on fire in the roadway on Gomer Road. The vehicle suffered interior damage.

No injuries were reported.

Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Ronald Parrish at 931-648-0656, ext. 5356 or the TIPSLINE at 931-645-8477.

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