Kent State ROTC Vans Set On Fire, Cadets Ordered Not To Wear Uniforms While On Campus…

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Anyone care to take a guess who the culprits are? Via Beacon Journal:

Two ROTC passenger vans parked on the Kent State campus were found burning early Monday morning and investigators believe the fires were intentionally set.

The 15-passenger 2014 Dodge vans were parked in the Terrace Hall lot when firefighters were called about 2:30 a.m., said Emily Vincent, a Kent State spokeswoman. No one was injured.

The State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Blue Ribbon Arson Committee are offering a reward of up to $5,000 for the identification of those responsible for causing the fire.

One van was heavily damaged; the other sustained less damage, officials said.

A cause of the fires has yet to be determined, but arson is suspected, Vincent said. The State Fire Marshal’s Office and Kent City firefighters are investigating.

ROTC Lt. Col. Matthew Fox said there have been no other recent acts against the organization or cadets.

As a precaution, Fox has ordered cadets to wear civilian clothing while on campus.

Anyone with information about the fire is asked to call the State Fire Marshal’s Fire & Explosion Investigation Bureau at 800-589-2728.
—Courtesy of Weasel Zippers

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