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Trial date set for Barnesville woman accused of setting fires at her home

MOORHEAD - A trial date has been set for Tara Andvik, the 33-year-old rural Barnesville woman accused of setting fires at her home. Judge Michael Kirk set the trial date for May 8 at a hearing in Clay County District Court this afternoon. Andvik ...

MOORHEAD - A trial date has been set for Tara Andvik, the 33-year-old rural Barnesville woman accused of setting fires at her home.

Judge Michael Kirk set the trial date for May 8 at a hearing in Clay County District Court this afternoon.

Andvik faces three counts of first-degree arson for fires allegedly set on her property in October. Each arson charge carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $20,000 fine if convicted.

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