Arrest made in recent arson fires

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Updated: 6/21 10:20 pm
Reno, Nev (KRNV & MYNEWS4.COM)-- Reno Police have made an arrest under the suspicion of arson related to fires in the surrounding area including the June 20 fire at the National Automobile Museum which resulted in damage to one the the two vehicles in the museum's collection.

According to RFD Captain Tray Palmer, Timothy Gray admitted to starting the fire at the National Automobile Museum on Friday morning.

From Reno Fire Department:

The arrest and investigating incidents include the following locations: 

June 13, 2014: 740 South Center Street

June 18, 2014: 528 Sinclair Street

June 20, 2014: Fourth and Virginia Streets

June 20, 2014: 10 Lake Street


"We are pleased to report to the community that we believe the threat from this arsonist has been resolved as a result of this arrest," says RFD Captain Tray Palmer. "We are grateful to members of the public who provided us with information leading to the arrest."

According to authorities, evidence at the scenes link the suspect to the incidents. The identity of the suspect is not being released at this time.
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AnnaM - 6/22/2014 9:35 AM
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Is it only me or do these stories get read after they are typed? Look at the last sentence well hell the whole story, which is it did someone turn him in or did the evidence lead up to the arrest? It goes back and fourth way to much is thier an editor in the building please, lol

sierra11 - 6/21/2014 10:44 PM
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Oh forget it.............this is like Californication now! Those that have been here over 7 years are like Kit Carson, Right?

sierra11 - 6/21/2014 10:28 PM
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Am I the only one or does anyone else remember the Harrah's collection on Glendale? Are you kidding me, there are only TWO cars left out of that beautiful collection. Who the hell would want to pay money to go see two cars! I know the State did end up owning a portion of the collection. Wonder how many City Counsel members got some money under the table for that deal! @&%t bags! Nothing ever changes here does it!

tedthebear - 6/21/2014 7:11 PM
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Creative spelling and an unintelligible sentence. The editor must be related to the station owner.

NakedTruth - 6/21/2014 1:33 PM
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So according to this story the National Automobile Museum only had two vehicles in it's collection. If that's true I'm sure glad I didn't spend any money to see their collection.
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