Sunday, March 7, 2010

Flames for parole office -- Atlanta, GA

An Atlanta parole center was set on fire after someone threw a Molotov cocktail late Thursday night.

Fire officials said someone broke a glass door at the South Metro Parole Center and tossed the firebomb inside.

The fire damaged an office area where parolees met parole officers. The building was closed at the time of the incident.

The center reopened Friday despite the fire damage.

A parolee told Channel 2 Action News reporter Tom Jones that "whoever set the fire might have thought it would have stopped something or was mad at his parole officer. One monkey don't stop no show."

Authorities are currently investigating the incident.

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