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Kalispell Man Allegedly Attempts To Run And Burn

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A Kalispell man is in the Flathead County Detention Center after trying to fight fire with fire.

When authorities tried to detain 40-year-old Daniel Lee English at his Trumble Creek home for probation violations, the Flathead County Sheriff's Office says he tried to set the house on fire.

A dog was also on the premise and had to be rescued.

He is being held on several preliminary charges including animal cruelty, felony criminal endangerment, resisting arrest, and arson. There are also two out of county warrants for English, from Lewis and Clark and Broadwater Counties.

English will be in Justice Court tomorrow.

His bail is set at $45,000.

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