EDGEWOOD, Md. (WMAR) - A 69-year-old man was arrested and charged for intentionally setting a fire to his home.
Deputy State Fire Marshals say they arrested William E. Lowry for a fire that occurred on October 11, 2012 at 214-B Kennard Avenue in Edgewood.
The fire was originally reported by a neighbor.
More than 30 firefighters responded from Abingdon, Joppa-Magnolia and Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Fire officials say that the fire resulted in an estimated $175,000.00 in damages.
Lowry was rescued from the basement of the home and taken to an area hospital.
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