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May 16, 2003

Albany -- An East Albany mobile home is set on fire for the third time in a month and a half. This mobile home in the 900 block of Mercedes Drive burned again Friday morning about 3 A.M.

Investigators say it was definitely arson. The home, owned by Ethel Scozer, burned March 27. Then fire trucks were called back the next morning, when it was set on fire again. Now vacant, the mobile home was found in flames again Friday morning.

Albany Fire Department Assistant Chief James Carswell said "At this point we have no leads at all. We are looking into it. But with the accessibility issues of that trailer, and people walking by, we don't really have any idea who it may be."

 Three times is the charm for this burned out hulk. The Mercedes Estates mobile home lot is having it removed.

posted at 3:33 by jimw@walb.com

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