FLAGSTAFF, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) has located the woman they believe could be connected to two fires near Flagstaff.
CCSO looking to interview Rachel Bridges after two fires near Doney Park.
On Tuesday afternoon, CCSO said that 38-year-old Rachel Rae Bridges had been “located and interviewed.” Bridges had been wanted for questioning regarding two fires that were started near Burris Lane and Pine Country Lane just north of Flagstaff on Sept. 14 and Sept. 15.
A fire that started Monday night and sparked back up early Tuesday morning has caused evacuations for some residents in Doney Park outside Flagstaff.
According to Coconino County, the fire started Monday night on private property on the east side of SR 89 in Doney Park. Crews worked to keep the fire down to about two acres and were working mop up operations before the fire sparked back up again early Tuesday morning.
Coconino County said 10 homes in the area of Burris Lane and Pine County Lane were evacuated but those orders have been lifted.
Coconino County said the fire did damage some structures and a fire investigation is underway.
The fire in Doney Park from last night has flamed up this morning. Large smoke visible. @coconinoem and fire crews are on scene to address fire. Homes in the immediate area of Burris Lane and Pine County Lane are being evacuated. pic.twitter.com/xDq0Ajz643
— Coconino County (@CoconinoCounty) September 15, 2020
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