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Alleged arsonists arrested

A Clallam County Sheriff’s deputy arrested one man and a juvenile for allegedly igniting a mailbox and a picnic area on Fish Hatchery Road.

Deputies responded to Taylor Cutoff Road just after midnight April 18, where a mailbox had been set on fire.

The investigation led deputies to a residence near the 100 block of Wildwood Lane, near Taylor Cutoff Road. They obtained a search warrant for the residence where they reportedly located marijuana, drug paraphernalia and a digital camera.

The camera contained pictures and videos of the mailbox arson, according to deputy reports. Anthony Campbell, 24, and an unidentified juvenile were at the residence and taken into custody.

Deputies allegedly identified a third suspect, Trevor Glavin, 24, in photos taken at both the mailbox arson scene and another intentionally set fire at a picnic area on Fish Hatchery Road, also reported on April 18.

Earlier, law enforcement had booked Glavin into the Clallam County Jail on an unrelated matter. The case was sent to the Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for review and formal charging.

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