TYLER, Texas (AP) - A fire official says two arrests have been
made in a series of east Texas church fires that authorities
believe were intentionally set.
Tyler fire Chief Neal Franklin said Sunday the arrests were made
early Sunday. He declined to offer further details.
An afternoon news conference was scheduled in Tyler.
Authorities believe nine east Texas church fires have been
deliberately set since Jan. 1. Officials say a 10th fire, about 120
miles south of Dallas in Temple, also was arson.
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