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19 year old Fairfield teenager charged with arson after a Christmas Eve apartment fire

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BIRMINGHAM,AL (WBRC) - Birmingham Police have charged a Fairfield teenager in connection
with a Christmas Eve fire at an apartment building in the 1500  Block of 19th Street North.

Police say 19 year old Derrick Reezer is facing robbery,arson, and two domestic violence charges.  Reezer was involved in a domestic incident just days before the fire.

The incident involved a victim of the apartment fire.  The incident is on going and additional charges are pending.  Reezer is in custody at the Jefferson County Jail.

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