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Arson fire arrest
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10/11/2019

FORT WORTH, TX -  On Sunday, October 6, 2019 at 0719 hours the FWFD responded to a report of a residential structure fire at 5801 Whittlesey in Fort Worth. The structure was occupied at the time of the fire and the family escaped unharmed. FWFD Arson Investigators determined the fire cause was incendiary and met the elements of offense for arson.

 Investigators developed a person of interest and obtained an arrest and search warrants for addresses in both Fort Worth and Forest Hill. At approximately 9:30am on Thursday October 10, FWFD Arson Investigators in conjunction with the FWPD Fugitive Unit and the US Marshal’s Fugitive Apprehension Unit served those warrants simultaneously.

 

Christopher Derrick Davis, B/M, 12/17/1990 was located at a residence in Forest Hill and was arrested without incident. He was booked into the Tarrant Co jail and is being held on a $75,000 bond.

 

“Fire used as a weapon, threat, or intimidation will not be tolerated in Fort Worth”. “We will aggressively investigate and assist with prosecution to the fullest extent of the law”. -Chief James Davis

 

If anyone has any further information we ask that you contact the Fort Worth Fire Department Arson Investigation Unit. 817-392-6851

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