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Police say South Weber fire was intentionally set in domestic violence incident

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A man lit a house in South Weber on fire in a domestic violence incident.

Vehicles at Weber Fire District Station No. 61 are pictured in Farr West in this 2021 file photo. A man lit a house in South Weber on fire in a domestic violence incident on Wednesday night.

Steve Griffin, Deseret News

A man was taken into custody Wednesday night after police say he lit a house on fire in South Weber.

Davis County Sheriff's Capt. Jason Boydston said the fire is the result of a domestic violence incident.

He said the man threatened a woman, and the woman was able to escape. After she escaped, the man set the house near 1400 E on South Weber Drive on fire.

Boydston said there were no injuries, but the fire did cause extensive damage to the home.