A Taylorsville man and CommScope employee was arrested after several vehicles were set on fire at CommScope in Claremont Thursday, according to a Claremont Police Department press release.
Claremont Fire Department, Claremont Police Department and the Catawba County Fire Marshal’s Office responded to several vehicle fires at CommScope Thursday. Claremont police at the fire marshal’s office began an investigation due to the suspicious nature of the fire, according to the release.
With the help of a CommScope supervisor and on-scene evidence, Claremont police and the fire marshal’s office identified Dylan Maxwell McCall as the suspect.
McCall, 21, of 1750 Three Forks Church Road is charged with three misdemeanor counts of damage to personal property and was released on a $10,000 unsecured bond.
Claremont Police Chief Gary Bost said McCall did not have a motive and does not have a history of related crimes.