Two Marshals Burned As Suspect Ignites Self
December 07, 2010
Two deputy U.S. marshals were burned in D.C. on Monday when a man they were pursuing suddenly set himself on fire, reports the Washington Post.
The incident occurred about 8 a.m. in the Logan Circle area, as marshals were trying to serve a warrant on a man who had failed to appear at a Superior Court hearing.
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