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Grayling Woman Awaits Hearing in Alleged June Arson

Map showing the location of Grayling, Alaska
Location of Grayling, Alaska. Original map from Wikimedia Commons user Alexrk2, shared via Creative Commons (CC BY 3.0).

A 25-year-old woman is awaiting a hearing after alleged arson late last month in the community of Grayling.

Alaska State Troopers in Aniak arrested Tiffany Ann Maillelle of Grayling on June 23rd on seven charges: attempted arson, two counts of assault in the third degree, and four counts of assault in the fourth degree.

According to a Trooper dispatch, Maillelle allegedly attempted to light a Grayling home on fire while two adults were still inside. The propane tank attached to the home caught on fire but was promptly put out by the homeowner.

Troopers also report a female adult was assaulted before the fire began.

Maillelle was remanded to the Yukon Kuskokwim Correctional Center prior to her arraignment on June 24th. A preliminary hearing was scheduled on July 3rd with a calendar call scheduled for August 4th in the Aniak Courtroom.

Image at top: Location of Grayling, Alaska. Original map from Wikimedia Commons, user Alexrk2, shared via Creative Commons (CC BY 3.0).

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