Man accused of torching CrisisCare worker’s vehicle indicted

A grand jury indicted a 27-year-old on arson charges after he reportedly set a CrisisCare worker’s vehicle on fire while the worker was inside the car.

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Larron Wright is facing aggravated arson and arson charges.

He is scheduled to be arraigned on April 2.

INITIAL REPORT:

A 27-year-old man is accused of lighting a CrisisCare worker’s vehicle on fire when she responded to a home on Campus Avenue Thursday afternoon, according to a Dayton police report.

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Larron Wright was booked into jail on aggravated arson and criminal damaging charges, according to online jail records.

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According to the report, a Samaritan Behavioral Health CrisisCare worker responded to the house in the 1600 block of Campus Avenue to make contact with Wright.

While the worker was trying to make contact with Wright, he “had set her vehicle ... on fire with her inside of it,” the report read.

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There was damage to the right taillight, lower rear quarter panel and the rear windshield of the vehicle, according to the report.

The victim told police Wright ran back into the house, where officers made contact with him and arrested him.

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