Charges laid in Milton hair salon fire
A 32-year old man is facing charges after allegedly trying to set a Milton hair salon on fire.
It happened Saturday around 9:30 p.m. on Main St. East. in downtown Milton.
The Halton Hills man has been charged with mischief and arson.
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Halton Regional Police said the man smashed the front window of the business on Saturday evening, and tried to use an accelerant to help set the salon on fire.
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“I Heard broken windows, loud noises as if people were arguing [or] complaining. All of a sudden, I heard sirens and saw flashing lights I
witnessed all emergency cruisers pulling up to the shop,” said Jermaine Bryan who is an employee next door at the Works Gourmet Burger.
The 32-year-old was unsuccessful in his attempt and the fire burned out.
The man who’s name is still unknown faces two counts of mischief under $5000 and one count of arson and will be held for a bail hearing.
Police say the investigation is still ongoing.