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Nashua police say fire was arson
Maliea Martin of 5 Beard St. has been charged with a felony count of reckless conduct for the Jan. 24 fire at the apartment building where she resided.
Martin eventually admitted she had gone out into the hallway with the intention of burning her arm with a cigarette, although she changed her mind and threw the cigarette onto a bench next to a trash bag.
While searching the damaged apartment building, Pouliot told police the charred debris could not be sent to a laboratory to test for accelerants because the chemicals within the melted plastic car would cause a false negative, according to court documents.
Martin was arraigned Tuesday at the 9th Circuit Court, Nashua District Division, and is being held on $15,000 cash or surety bail. She will be back in court on Feb. 13 for a probable cause hearing.
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