NORTH HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA.com) — Eight individual fires that broke out Sunday morning in the North Hollywood and Sun Valley areas were being investigated by the Los Angeles Fire Department’s Arson Section.
The fires started around 3 a.m. and included large waste bins, a mattress laid against an auto and outside structures burning next to a commercial building, said Erik Scott of the Los Angeles Fire Department.READ MORE: Rain Expected Sunday Night Into Monday In Southland
All the fires were quickly put out, minimizing any damages and no one was injured, Scott said.
“Anyone even contemplating starting a fire in the act of arson in LA, better think twice,” he warned.”The LAFD considers the crime of arson to be the most egregious crime committed in the city, and our arson investigators will utilize all of our resources to investigate and prosecute the responsible parties.”READ MORE: Weekend Closure Of 101 Freeway Stretch Near DTLA Planned For Viaduct Project
The LAPD said Sunday that a woman arrested for attempted arson this morning is not related to the arson cases in NoHo and Sun Valley.
The department’s Arson Section asked anyone with any information regarding the fires to call (213) 893-9850.MORE NEWS: CHP Issues Sig Alert After Fatal Crash On 101 Freeway
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