Man charged with arson after Mini Cooper was torched

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A 31-year-old man has been charged with arson after a car was torched in Glossop.

Sometime between 1am and 1.40am on Monday, September 5, a white Mini Cooper which was parked along Highfield Road in Glossop, was allegedly set alight.

Nearby vehicles were also damaged in the blaze and the windows of two flats along the road were shattered due to the flames.

Clive Fowler, 31, of Ashwood Road, Fairfield, has been charged with arson and criminal damage in connection with the incident.

He appeared before magistrates at Chesterfield Justice Centre on September 6, where he was remanded into prison custody.

He is due to appear at Derby Crown Court on Tuesday, October 4.