A man accused of lighting brush fires in the N.C. mountains told a federal forestry agent he’d done it because he wanted a little excitement. “I guess I was just bored,” Keith Eugene Mann said when confronted about the fires, according to an affidavit from Brian Southard, a special agent for the U.S. Forest Service.
A man accused of lighting brush fires in the N.C. mountains told a federal forestry agent he’d done it because he wanted a little excitement. “I guess I was just bored,” Keith Eugene Mann said when confronted about the fires, according to an affidavit from Brian Southard, a special agent for the U.S. Forest Service. Doug Miller
A man accused of lighting brush fires in the N.C. mountains told a federal forestry agent he’d done it because he wanted a little excitement. “I guess I was just bored,” Keith Eugene Mann said when confronted about the fires, according to an affidavit from Brian Southard, a special agent for the U.S. Forest Service. Doug Miller

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