Man arrested for aggravated arson in Regina Manor fire

Regina Manor Fire
Published: May. 18, 2022 at 7:09 AM EDT
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TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Toledo Police have arrested a man for arson in connection to a Toledo apartment fire.

Toledo Fire and Rescue officials confirmed Charles Hall-Miller was arrested for his role in a fire at Regina Manor apartments Wednesday that lead to an evacuation.

Hall-Miller is facing a series of charges including aggravated arson with a substantial risk of harm to others, aggravated arson with harm to an occupied structure, criminal damaging and endangering property, domestic violence, and menacing.

According to court documents, investigators said Hall-Miller set fire to the apartment belonging to Myreiona Hoskins. Hall-Miller allegedly sent text messages to her saying he did it.

Investigators said the fire caused a substantial risk of serious physical harm to the families in the in the surrounding units.

The initial call for the fire at the apartment complex located on the 3800 block of Erie came in around 5:45 a.m. Crews extinguished the blaze within an hour.

Hall-Miller appeared in Lucas County Municipal Court on May 19 where his bond was set at $100,000 at no percent.

At his preliminary hearing on May 26, 2022, A Lucas County grand jury indicted Hall-Miller on charges including domestic violence and two counts of aggravated arson.

Charles Hall-Miller Mug Shot
Charles Hall-Miller Mug Shot(Lucas County Corrections Center)

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