Torrington man accused of setting fire to Hunters Ambulance facilities charged in third arson

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TORRINGTON, Conn. (WTNH) — The Torrington man accused of setting fire to two Hunters Ambulance facilities is now charged with a third arson.

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Police say Richard White torched a home in Roxbury in February. He was already charged with setting fire to Hunters Ambulance facilities in Meriden and Old Saybrook the same day.

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White worked for the ambulance company until he was let go for hitting another worker.

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