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pyromania

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malicious burning to destroy property

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But reports of fireraising in the Dunbartonshire town plummeted to just two in 2012/13 after the Sharkeys' killers were arrested and remanded.
Fireraising yobs are putting lives at risk setting fire to woods near a housing estate.
One of the most notorious peers is Lord Watson – former Labour MP Mike Watson – who was jailed in 2005 for fireraising at an Edinburgh hotel.
But jailing him, Sheriff Annalla Cowan said: "Wilful fireraising is simply not acceptable.
It involves a two-step process whereby a person suspected of fireraising will be given a yellow card.
Few guests at the extravagant three-day celebration at Airth Castle near Falkirk knew of his twisted but lucrative sideline in drug dealing, intimidation and insurance fraud through fireraising.
Mike Bell, for Watson, said he had a previous conviction for fireraising and had SPENT time in hospital.
Few guests at the extravagant three–day celebration at Airth Castle near Falkirk knew of his twisted but lucrative sideline in drug dealing, intimidation and insurance fraud through fireraising.
They say the fireraising former Labour MSP has already landed privileges usually only enjoyed by long-serving lags.
There were 33 per cent fewer breaches of the peace on rainy days while vandalism and fireraising were well down.
There is absolutely no excuse for reckless fireraising and such offences deserve the severest of penalties.
McDougall had 26 previous convictions, including wilful fireraising, for which a five-year extended sentence was added to his jail term.
Sadly for Andy, his reputation precedes him when he attends the funeral for the victims of the fireraising attack, with Henshall speaking for the mourners when he orders Andy away.