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Chicago Woman Pleads Guilty to Setting Fire Because Boyfriend Smoked All the Weed

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Getting a criminal record can impact a person’s employment opportunities Linda Lopezfor years to come, so why would anyone allow their need for weed to get them locked up?

One Chicago woman is facing arson charges after she allegedly set a fire because her boyfriend smoked up all her weed.

Linda B. Lopez pleaded guilty on Wednesday to setting a fire inside an apartment because she was upset at her boyfriend for smoking all the weed.

Although she was originally charged with aggravated arson, the charge was reduced to residential arson, reports NBC Chicago.

The woman told police that she took a nap and when she woke up, all of her weed was gone. She accused her boyfriend, with whom she shared the apartment, of smoking all her weed.
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In a fit of anger, Lopez poured perfume on a pile of towels in the hallway and set a fire.

Lopez was sentenced to four years in prison and ordered to pay a $1,000 fine. According to police, Lopez also pυnched and threαtened to stαb her boyfriend.

Although the blaze did damage the apartment, the blaze was quickly doused by the Riverside Fire Department.
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Lopez moved into the apartment after someone else moved out and, according to police, had been “partying and consuming large amounts of heroin on a daily basis.”

“The tenants inside the building are lucky to be alive. The two elderly tenants that live in the basement, both in their late 80s and early 90s, one is blind and the other is deaf. There’s no possible way these individuals could have made it out of the apartment on their own if the building had become fully engulfed,” said Riverside Police Chief Thomas Weitzel.
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