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Conyers resident arrested for arson after starting car fire
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Charles Hill, a Conyers resident, was arrested on arson charges after setting fire to his former friend's white Camaro on Sept. 28.

Sherrif's Deputies were dispatched around 11:30 p.m. to where the fire department was still putting out flames from the car.

According to reports, the owner of the residence said, his wife, "Was in the living room and heard a loud popping sound and came running into the bedroom and told him the car was on fire."

The car was his son's, and Hill was a former friend of his son. Hill came over the house between 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m., accused the owner of the car of taking his grandmother's medication and tried to get him outside for a fight, according to reports.

Hill then returned to his vehicle and said, "This was not over."

A deputy went to Hill's house where he confessed to the crime. After reading him his arresting Hill and reading him his Miranda rights, he again confessed and said he poured gasoline all over the car and set it on fire.

Accordign to reports Hill said, "He did it and was going to prison and he just tired of (the victim) taking everything of his and he was tired of being poor while he got everything he wanted."