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Furniture fire nets 3 arrests

BLACKSBURG – Virginia Tech Police have charged three individuals with intentionally setting fire to furniture in the third floor lounge in Lee Hall.
University police received a fire alarm in Lee Hall at 4:18 a.m. Saturday and found smoke in the area of the third floor lounge upon arrival. A table, rug and sofa were burned.
Police determined a hand sanitizer was removed from the first floor lobby and was used as an accelerant to start the fire. The damage was minimal and there were no injuries.
All three individuals were charged with burning or destroying a dwelling, grand larceny, and destruction of property – all felonies.
The suspects are identified as William F. Yost, 19, of Blacksburg, Steven Kadak, 19, of Blacksburg and Christopher Schram, 20, of Hampden-Sydney. Yost and Kadak are being held without bond in the Montgomery County Jail.
William Yost and Steven Kadak are Virginia Tech students and Christopher Schram is a Hampden-Sydney student.
Virginia Tech Police are asking anyone who may have information related to the incident to contact the Virginia Tech Police Department at (540) 231-6411.

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Furniture fire nets 3 arrests

BLACKSBURG – Virginia Tech Police have charged three individuals with intentionally setting fire to furniture in the third floor lounge in Lee Hall.
University police received a fire alarm in Lee Hall at 4:18 a.m. Saturday and found smoke in the area of the third floor lounge upon arrival. A table, rug and sofa were burned.
Police determined a hand sanitizer was removed from the first floor lobby and was used as an accelerant to start the fire. The damage was minimal and there were no injuries.
All three individuals were charged with burning or destroying a dwelling, grand larceny, and destruction of property – all felonies.
The suspects are identified as William F. Yost, 19, of Blacksburg, Steven Kadak, 19, of Blacksburg and Christopher Schram, 20, of Hampden-Sydney. Yost and Kadak are being held without bond in the Montgomery County Jail.
William Yost and Steven Kadak are Virginia Tech students and Christopher Schram is a Hampden-Sydney student.
Virginia Tech Police are asking anyone who may have information related to the incident to contact the Virginia Tech Police Department at (540) 231-6411.

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