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Dearborn, Michigan — The Dearborn Police Department released surveillance video as well as dash and body cam video from a man charged with trying to seat the Dearborn Fresh Supermarket on fire. The 28-year-old Marcus Flowers was arrested in connection to the arson at Dearborn Fresh Supermarket and was charged with one count of arson, and one count of fleeing and eluding police. On Sunday, around 5:30 a.m., an officer on patrol near the supermarket saw someone setting the market on fire. Video shows the suspect pouring combustible liquid along the side of the building before lighting it on fire and running away from the scene.
The suspect got in a vehicle and fled with officers close behind. Video footage from a patrol car shows the officers pursuing the suspect through the streets of Dearborn. The driver swerved between lanes before he pulled into a parking lot, turned around, and crashed directly into the officer’s vehicle. The suspect drove away, hopping a curb, with the officer close behind. The officer started to ram the back of the suspect’s car until he stopped and abandoned his vehicle. The suspect fled on foot and more officers arrived to give chase. After a short pursuit, an officer tackles the suspect and immediately puts him in handcuffs.
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