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Lansdale Man Arrested In Connection To Car Fire

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Jordan Fiscus, 25, was arrested in connection to a car fire in Lansdale last month. (Lansdale Police Department) Jordan Fiscus, 25, was arrested in connection to a car fire in Lansdale last month. (Lansdale Police Department)
LANSDALE, Pa. -

Police say they have arrested a 25-year-old Lansdale man in connection to an early morning car fire last month.

According to Lansdale police, 25-year-old Jordan Fiscus was arrested Tuesday. Police accuse Fiscus of setting fire to a car on March 28 around 3 a.m. that was parked in a gas station parking lot and sat only several feet from a home.

Police used surveillance video, which captured a man standing near the car around 2:30 a.m. the morning of the fire, in their investigation. The man, who police say is Fiscus, was seen entering the car and carrying a container towards it. Police later determined the container to be lighter fluid.

Shortly after, police say the car burst into flames.No one was injured in the fire.

Fiscus faces Arson and other related charges.

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