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The Arizona woman is trying to make a friend of fire, for it is not the celebration of the new Subway, a job in the police

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A woman in Arizona is facing serious charges after she allegedly called her boyfriend on fire because he would not be celebrating her new job at a Subway restaurant, according to a new report.

Kathy Jones, 46, was arrested on one count each of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and criminal damage in the Dec. 11 of the incident, KHOU reported.

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The man, who was also her roommate, told investigators that she sprayed him with lighter fluid and then threw lit matches on him.

Kathy Jones, 46, is facing serious charges after she allegedly called her boyfriend on fire because he would not be celebrating her new job at a Subway restaurant, according to a new report. (Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office)

Jones told the police that although she had no memory of having committed the accusations against him, but she did remember getting angry that the victim was not interested at all in giving thanks to her for her new job.

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Jones had been poured in two of the Smirnoff Ice vodka drink and two drinks of rum, according to the charging documents.

She is being held on a $15,000 bond.

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