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Homeless woman sets fire to court vehicle

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A homeless woman is behind bars for allegedly setting fire to an official court vehicle.

35 year old China Papa reportedly told police she was upset about being arrested on New Year's Day.

After setting fire to the car early Tuesday morning, a witness reported seeing the suspect run on foot to the Agana Pool area towards the jungle.

She was located hours later and provided police with the lighter from her pocket which she used to start the fire.

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