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    Devon Pease, left, D'Kota Rowe, center, and Duane Bailey.

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    Assistant District Attorney Joshua Robbins, right, speaks about the investigation and charges of arson against three suspects during a press conference in Farmington on Tuesday. At left is Ken Grimes, and investigator with the State Fire Marshal’s Office.

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    The camp on Winter Hill Road in Carthage allegedly burned by three men arrested in Franklin County Friday. The owners, Andrea and Gene Casey, said at Tuesday’s press conference they lost precious memories with the camp, which they’d owned for 15 years.

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    The camp on Winter Hill Road in Carthage allegedly burned by three men arrested in Franklin County Friday. The owners, Andrea and Gene Casey, said at Tuesday’s press conference they lost precious memories with the camp, which they’d owned for 15 years.

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    Gene and Andrea Casey gave an emotional account of the impact on their lives regarding the suspected arson fire that destroyed their camp recently during a press conference in Farmington on Tuesday.)

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    Staff photo by David Leaming Franklin County Sheriff Scott Nichols, center, is flanked by Sgt. Ken Grimes, left, and inspector Kenneth MacMaster of the State Fire Marshal’s Office, during a press conference regarding arson suspect arrests on Tuesday at the Farmington County Sheriff’s Office.

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