Narcotics Task Force in pursuit of man they believe could have been involved
By Marty Finley
Sunday, December 12, 2010 at 1:05 am (Updated: December 12, 1:58 am)
Agents with the Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force are investigating a mobile home fire they believe could have been sparked by methamphetamine manufacturing.
The fire gutted the trailer Friday evening, but no one was harmed, said Sonora Fire Chief Frank Donehoo. Crews responded around 5 p.m. Friday to the scene at Royal Oak Mobile Park, 6353 S. Dixie Highway near the Hardin County Fairgrounds.
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