Firefighters have a suspected arsonist in custody who is believed to be responsible for at least one of six fires that popped up across Baton Rouge before dawn today.
Investigators believe the fire that broke out at the Brandywine apartment complex on Darryl Drive was intentially set.
Fire investigators say the fire wiped out an entire building in the apartment complex. Fortunately the building was not completely occupied at the time. Investiagtors are not saying if they believe the suspect in custody is responsible for the other fires that broke out this morning.
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