Associated Press Writer
BALTIMORE (AP) - Attackers firebombed the house of woman who had spoken out against drug trafficking in a city where controversy over a homemade DVD called "Stop Snitching" recently flared. Police said Sunday that three juveniles had been arrested.
The 59-year-old community activist was not injured in the fire, which happened early Saturday morning and caused minor damage to her home, police said. The woman, whose name was not released, was taken into protective custody.
The attackers used Molotov cocktails to start the fire, police spokesman Matt Jablow said.