4 Kids Accused of Setting Fire Near Hudson Valley School
Four kids are facing felony charges for allegedly setting a fire near a Hudson Valley high school.
On Wednesday morning, New York State Police at Kingston announced they finished an investigation into a fire that occurred on October 11, 2017, at 95 Ronsen Road in Boiceville.
State Police, with the help of the Ulster County Fire Coordinator's Office and the town of Olive Fire Department, determined that the fire was intentionally set by four unnamed youths, police say.
The building that was set on fire is directly across the street from Onteora Central School, according to Google Maps.
As a result of the investigation, four juveniles were charged with arson, a felony. All four were issued Family Court appearance tickets.
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