EUREKA, Calif. (KIEM)-A man accused of starting multiple vehicle fires is now in custody.
Early Sunday morning officers with the Eureka Police Department and Humboldt Bay Fire responded to reports of three vehicle fires, on the 100-block of Harris Street, the 100-block of Grotto Street, and the 2800-block of C Street.
Christopher Flagler, who had outstanding warrants, was later spotted by EPD coming out of an alley near one of the burning vehicles.
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At least 15 victims reported some form of arson, burglary and vandalism, witnesses say a Good Samaritan helped save lives.
Heather Hardwick was with her boyfriend on that Sunday morning, she says they passed several fires on the way to help victims.
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“Somebody drove past the apartments and laid on their horn, they are a true hero to wake those people up in the apartments,” she said. “It was very scary, obviously that wasn’t just a freak accident. Felt like somebody had definitely intentionally let these fires go.”
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Anyone who may have surveillance video of the suspect from Sunday morning in the Henderson Center area or if you’ve been a victim of a similar crime is asked to contact Detective Corrie Watson at (707) 441-4032