The Fire Marshal, when in his opinion further investigation is necessary, shall take the testimony, on oath, of all persons supposed to be cognizant of any facts of or have means of knowledge in relation to the matter under investigation, and shall cause the same to be reduced to writing; and if he shall be of the opinion that there is evidence sufficient to charge any person with the crime of arson, or with the attempt to commit the crime of arson, or of the conspiracy to defraud, or criminal conduct in connection with such fire, he shall cause such person to be lawfully arrested and charged with such offense, and shall furnish to the proper prosecuting attorney, all such evidence, together with the names of witnesses and all information obtained by him, including a copy of all pertinent and material testimony taken in the case.
(Ord. 93-09, passed 5-25-93)
   Arson reward, see § 91.01