Florida Man Birthday October 24

A Florida man set fire to several homes and a statue of Jesus but was soon caught off guard.

The incident took place in Beverly Hills, Florida. A Florida man set fire to a statue of Jesus along with two houses. Law enforcement officers, who started an investigation into the incident, determined that the name that set several places on fire was James Lee Harris. Law enforcement, who took action after the identification, succeeded in catching the man.

James Lee Harris, who was learned to be 25 years old, set fire to the statue of Jesus and a tree in the garden at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in Beverly Hills. He then changed course to a house on South Barbour Street and set fire to it. Most recently, he burned down an empty house on South Wadsworth Avenue.

Citrus County Sheriff Prendergast said on Saturday that arson is dangerous and can be fatal in some cases. The sheriff thanked sheriff’s deputies and Fire Rescue team for their painstaking work, while noting that no one was injured in the frightening acts perpetrated by Harris.

Community Crimes Detectives, deputy sheriffs, and Citrus County Fire Rescue teams had to tackle the fires set by Harris together. The teams, working at the speed necessary to prevent further damage from the fires, intervened meticulously.

In South Wadsworth, one of three places set fire by Harris, the house suffered the most damage from the fire. According to law enforcement officials, the house on South Barbaour Street was set on fire, first the fence outside the house was set on fire. Later, a liquid, possibly gasoline, was poured into the windows of the house, amplifying the effect of the flames.

Harris also tried to set fire to the statue of Jesus at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, where he took his first action, and the tree in the garden, as well as propane tanks. The Citrus County Sheriff’s Office, which quickly started an investigation into the incident, identified Harris from the footage obtained and captured him.

While being questioned by investigators, Harris confessed to all of the arsons he committed. The reason for the arson was not included in the first report. Harris was charged with four different crimes, including church arson and home arson.

Harris is currently held at Citrus County Detention Facility on $36,000 bail. Sheriff Prendergast did not forget to thank the eyewitnesses in his last statement about the incident. Sheriff expressed his gratitude to all eyewitnesses who provided a quick and accurate flow of information about the incident.

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