20 Year Old Accused of Starting Fire in Hazel Park…

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(Oakland County Sheriff’s Dept, Dec. 2, 2014)

INCIDENT: 09:51 hrs. – Nov. 28 – City of Hazel Park – Assist Fire / Fire Investigation / Arson – #14-187793

SUMMARY:  The Hazel Park Fire Department requested the assistance of the OCSO Fire Investigations Unit for a residential structure fire in the 900 block of E. Nine Mile.  The responsible started a small fire inside the home in an attempt to kill himself.

OUTCOME OF INCIDENT:   Fire Investigators responded for a cause and origin. The cause of the fire was determined to be Arson with accelerants.  The responsible was arrested and lodged at the OCJ on the charge lisa schmidt lawof Arson. The OCSO Fire Investigations Unit is handling the investigation.  There were no reported injuries.

ARRESTEE INFORMATION: 20 year old male, Resident of Hazel Park.

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“Suicide is a major public health issue, but it is preventable,” said George Miller, Director of Oakland County Judy_Palmer30yearsDepartment of Health and Human Services in a previous article. “It is important for everyone to recognize the warning signs and risk factors for suicide to prevent the loss of lives.”

Warning Signs:

~Talking about, or making plans to die

~Talking about “ending the pain”

~Persistently feeling sad, lonely or “empty”

Reid_Sally_115~Insomnia or excessive sleeping

~Social isolation and withdrawal

~Difficulty concentrating, remembering details, and making decisions

Risk Factors:

~Previous suicide attempt(s)

~Depression or other mental illness

~Substance usenicholas-schrock-allstate

~Family history of suicide

~Physical illness and /or chronic pain

If you or someone you know is in crisis, do not leave the person alone and do not isolate yourself.  Call your doctor, 911, go to a hospital emergency room for immediate help, or ask someone to help you.  The phone number for Common Ground’s 24-hour Crisis and Resource Helpline is 800-231-1127 and is available 24 hours a day.

Additional Resources:

Common Ground – www.commongroundhelps.org

Oakland County Community Mental Health – www.occmha.org

Easter Seals – www.mi.easterseals.com

Suicide Prevention Resource Center – www.sprc.org

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration – www.samhsa.gov

National Alliance on Mental Illness – www.name.org

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