Arsonists use a variety of accelerants such as gasoline, diesel and lighter fluid to ignite fires. Combining these accelerants with the heat source from matches, lighters and fireworks, arsonists can ignite very large, harmful fires.

Texas Bluebonnets - Texas Pride

Our state flower of Texas, found in all regions.

This plant is a member of the legume or bean family and grows best in sunny, well drained sites.

Bluebonnets are mostly blue, but you’ll sometimes find white, and rarely pink.

Read about the legend of the pink bluebonnet at Aggie Horticulture.

When an investigator rules out all probable causes Dozer and Tracker are called in to sniff out potential arsonists.

What is arson?

Arson is a crime of intentionally and maliciously setting fire with the intent to cause damage. It may be distinguished from other causes such as spontaneous combustion and natural wildfires. Arson often involves fires deliberately set to the property of another or to one’s own property as to collect insurance compensation. A person who commits the crime is called an arsonist.

In section 28.02 of The Texas Penal Code you can learn more about the consequences that an arsonist faces.