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Tulsa Man Arrested After Setting Sister's Car On Fire

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Michael Labrier mug shot. Michael Labrier mug shot.
Tulsa firefighters respond to the apparent arson on October 16. Tulsa firefighters respond to the apparent arson on October 16.
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A Tulsa man police say set his sister's car - and a nearby apartment - on fire is in the Tulsa County Jail. Tulsa firefighters took Michael Labrier into custody Tuesday, according to Public Information Officer Stan May.

Labrier, 30, was booked on complaints of endangering human life during arson, first degree arson and manufacturing a controlled drug.

Firefighters were called to an apartment complex at 4:30 a.m. October 16 after Labrier apparently got angry with his sister and took it out on her car. He broke out the vehicle's windows then set it on fire and ran away, according to Sergeant Darren Bristow with the Tulsa Police Department.

10/16/2012 Related Story: Meth Lab Discovered After Tulsa Man Sets Sister's Car On Fire

When firefighters responded to the scene, they found the car fire had spread to involve a nearby apartment. No one was injured.

Firefighters say they found an active meth lab inside the apartment. In an arrest report, investigators say they found ingredients used to manufacture meth and several syringes and spoons.

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