Former Police Chief Sentenced To Multiple Life Sentences For Setting Revenge Fires In Maryland Claims He Never Intended To Kill Anyone

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A former police chief in Maryland sentenced to multiple life sentences for setting revenge fires claimed he never intended to kill anyone.

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A former police chief in Maryland sentenced to multiple life sentences for setting revenge fires claimed he never intended to kill anyone. (NBC News)

Former Police Chief Convicted of Setting Twelve Revenge Fires Due to Grudges against His Enemies

A 71-year-old former police chief named David M. Crawford was convicted of setting twelve revenge fires in the houses of his enemies due to grudges he held for years.

During the investigation, authorities discovered that the former police chief and his wife targeted several people, including a former city official, relatives, and his chiropractors, and had their revenge by setting their houses or vehicles on fire.

However, the former police chief claimed that he never intended to kill any of his targets, and authorities revealed that he would check on his victims’ conditions after setting their homes on fire, People reported.

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Former Police Chief Sentenced to Multiple Life in Prison After Setting Revenge Fire on His Enemies

Following the arrest of the former police chief, the case alarmed the law enforcement community as their former member was involved in various crimes after trying to get revenge on his enemies.

The former police chief was later sentenced to multiple life in prison for various crimes, including attempted murder and arson, after setting the houses or vehicles of his enemies on fire.

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