FARMINGTON, N.M. (KRQE) - A man investigators suspect is behind a series of arson fires in the four corners has been arrested.
Raymond Montaño, 43, was captured Tuesday in Farmington. Police say he set two mobile homes, two sheds and a camper trailer on fire.
Crews dowsed the flames but they sparked up again seven hours later.
When firefighters responded, they say Montaño was at the scene. He was questioned and arrested.
Police say he's also suspected in other fires in the area.
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