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Pima County detectives arrest 2 teens in arsons

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PIMA COUNTY, AZ (CBS5) -

Two teens have been arrested in connection to three arsons last month and authorities believe they may be behind more recent fires.

The Pima County Sheriff's Office said Nathan Ayers, 16, and Dariun Beech, 18, started three fires near Magee and Shannon roads on Feb. 3.

They're also under investigation for arsons dating back to Jan. 24, according to PCSO.

Ayres was taken to the Pima County Juvenile Court Center and booked on charges of arson and burning of wildlands.

Beech was taken to Pima County Adult Detention Center on charges of reckless burning and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME.

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