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A Coreopolis man was arrested by Indiana Borough police and charged with creating or risking a catstrophe.

Police were called out Thursday night to one of the Essex House Apartments on Oakland Avenue for a report of Gasoline inside a structure.  Police found two puddles of gasoline located in stairwells inside the building.  After the Indiana Fire Department evacuated the building, fire fighters found more gasoline in the kitchen sink of one of the apartments.  After obtaining a warrant, police were able to find evidence linking the tenant of the apartment, Paul Indrihovic, to the gasoline they found. 

Indrihovic has been charged with creating or risking a catastrophe, arson, reckless endangerment and other charges.  He was arraigned in front of district judge Guy Haberl and placed in Indiana County Jail on $100,000 Cash Bond. 

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