2 Metro Corrections inmates accused of setting fire in jail cell
Police said one of the inmates used a piece of exposed electrical cord to light a piece of toilet paper on fire.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Two Louisville Metro Corrections inmates are accused of using toilet paper to set a fire inside a jail cell.
According to an arrest report, 44-year-old William McKee used an exposed electrical cord to light a piece of toilet paper on fire. He then passed it underneath his cell door to another inmate, 34-year-old James Adams, who used it to light a plastic chair on fire.
Both men are now charged with arson.
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