Ex-Canopy World employee pleads not guilty to Edmonds arson

A former employee suspected of setting fire to Canopy World on Highway 99 last month pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to second-degree arson and attempting to elude police, the Herald newspaper reported Thursday. Snohomish County Superior Court Judge Eric Lucas ordered Damian Jungquist held on $20,000 bail.

Police arrested Jungquist Sept. 17 shortly after fleeing from a police officer who was responding to the fire.

For more information, read the Herald story here.

2 Replies to “Ex-Canopy World employee pleads not guilty to Edmonds arson”

  1. thats funny. he FLED the scene with burns on his arms and face and a bag of money from the store…..hope the jury is harder on him for not admitting his guilt.

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  2. I have always felt if someone pleads not guilty & is found guilty, their sentence should be extended for perjury! (Please any lawyer out there – yes we all know what you want to say)

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