Update: Third Arrest In Connection To Nicholas County Arson

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Updated: 10/19/2012 7:27 pm
State Police said Friday that a third person had been arrested in connection to a arson last June in Nicholas County.

Investigators said Paul D. May, 22, of Carlisle, was charged with Arson 2nd Degree.

On Thursday, State Police said they had charged Russell Sowers, 19, of Carlisle with Arson 2nd Degree and Joshua Haddix, 19, of Carlisle, with Complicity to Commit Arson 2nd Degree.

State Police said all the charges were in connection to an empty double wide trailer that was deliberately set on fire at 258 Lower Sharpsburg Road in Nicholas County on June 16, 2012.

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