Police: Woman arrested after trying to set building ablaze
by staff reports
March 28, 2013 12:00 AM | 8739 views | 1 1 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A Powder Springs woman has been arrested after police said she tried to set fire to a Cobb County government facility.

Sheri Smith Anderson remains in Cobb County Jail without bond following an incident March 10 when she allegedly spent an hour and a half loitering at the Cobb County Fleet Maintenance Shop on County Services Parkway after the facility was closed. According to an arrest warrant, Anderson was recorded by surveillance video when she attempted to light the facility’s fuel bay and a county vehicle on fire.

Police said she tried several times to ignite the diesel pump at facility by lighting paper, but she was unsuccessful. The county vehicle’s gas tank was damaged by fire.

Anderson was charged with felony second degree arson, felony criminal damage and loiter prowl. Anderson was also charged with felony possession of a Schedule II substance and multiple moving violation misdemeanors.

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March 28, 2013
Is this the same weirdo who got into it with a Cobb police officer last year and is known for hating authorities? One of those 99 percenter weirdos?
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