GREENWICH, Conn. -- A 33-year-old Wilton woman is facing a first-degree arson charge after police say she intentionally set a fire last year at a former boyfriend's Greenwich apartment from which she had to be rescued, according to Greenwich Time.
Gina Clemente was charged with first-degree arson in the May 15 incident at 9 River Road. She's being held on $250,000 and due back in court April 18, Greenwich Time said.
Police conducted the investigation with the help of the town fire marshal and state police's K-9 unit, Greenwich Time reported.
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