Inmates add time to sentence after a fire

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ)-Two inmates in Louisville can expect to be behind bars a bit longer.

44-year-old William McKee and 35-year-old James Adams are charged with arson for starting fires in their cell.

According to police, McKee used an exposed electrical cord to light a piece of toilet paper.

Then, Adams used it to light a plastic chair.

No one was hurt.

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