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Grady authorities bring arson charges

July 27, 2007

Cairo --   Three teens, including a volunteer firefighter, are charged with a series of arsons in Grady County.  

Investigators say 18-year-old Jeffrey Whritenour, 17-year-old Jessie Perell, and 17-year-old James E-Dean II threw a Molotov cocktail into a vacant house on Old Thomasville Road July 13th.

They're also charged with burning a vacant house on Pierce Chapel and a dumpster the next day.

Whritenour is a volunteer firefighter with the Pine Park Division of the Grady County Fire Department.

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