Randall County Fire Marshall Said Cause of McCormick Fire was Arson

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The Randall County Fire Marshall has determined the cause of the fire yesterday at McCormick Road and South Western was arson. 

Witnesses told Randall County Deputies that 35-year-old Ryan Matthew Cravy had been seen around the camper all day.  

Around 5:30 pm, Cravy returned to the fire scene and disregarded road barricades claiming he was a federal marshal.  

He was stopped by deputies and arrested for impersonating a public servant and disregarding a traffic control device.  

Cravy was also found to be in possession of methamphetamine.  

Further investigation and evidence gathered at the scene pointed to Ryan Cravy as the person who set the fire.  

He was then charged with arson.  Evidence taken from the scene has been submitted for further lab analysis.
 
Cravy is in the Randall County Jail in lieu of bonds totaling $115,500. $75,000 for Arson,  $25,000 for Possession of a Controlled Substance of 1 gram to 4 grams, $15,000 for Impersonating a Public Servant, and $500 for Disregarding a Traffic Control Device.

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