• LAST WE KNEW: In early September, a fire at the high school damaged the band hall. Initially, it was ruled arson. Then, on Nov. 18, a fire ruined the Lee Academy “Challenge” Disciplinary Alternative Education Program building. Initial ruling there was that the fire was suspicious.
• LATEST: Fire Marshal James Palos said a high school student remains in a detention facility as a result of the CHS fire. He and CISD Police Officer Joey Jock continue to investigate the Lee Academy blaze, which Palos said was intentionally set.
• UP NEXT: Palos said the individual detained after the CHS fire faces pending legal action. More interviews are scheduled in regards to the Lee Academy fire.
— Raymond Linex II
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