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April 12, 2007

Berrien County - Investigators with the Georgia Forestry Commission have arrested a man they suspect started several fires in Berrien County.

Brenton Boyd of Berrien County was arrested and could face arson charges for up to seven wild fires started throughout the county on April 1st.

Six of the fires started within a five mile radius along Highway 129 and Giddens Road.

Crews also battled one fire south of Nashville.

The fires destroyed over 150 acres.

Investigators say they found some evidence they believe could place Boyd at at least one of the fires.

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