Fire marshal seeking info on Madrona arson blaze

Fire reportedly was set in a portable classroom on April 8

PORT ORCHARD — The Kitsap County Fire Marshal’s office is looking for clues about a suspected arson case April 8 at Madrona Heights/Discovery School.

In the early morning hours of April 8, a fire at 2150 Fircrest Dr. SE in Port Orchard was reported to South Kitsap Fire and Rescue. Firefighters arriving at the scene discovered the fire in a Madrona portable classroom. When the fire marshal arrived at approximately 1:42 a.m., an investigation was conducted and the fire was determined to have been arson-caused.

Anyone with information about the cause of the fire is asked to call Kitsap County Deputy Fire Marshal Greg Gentile at 360-337-5777 or 1-800-55-ARSON.

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