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Day Two - Inland Marina trial testimony begins, 14NEWS obtains 911 call from fire

Viewer picture from Inland Marina fire on Feb 13th, 2015. Viewer picture from Inland Marina fire on Feb 13th, 2015.
Evidence photos of dive team recovering pieces of charred evidence. Evidence photos of dive team recovering pieces of charred evidence.
Evidence photos showing electrical wiring pulled from water after fire. Evidence photos showing electrical wiring pulled from water after fire.
Evidence photos of kerosene heater with chemical container wedged underneath. Evidence photos of kerosene heater with chemical container wedged underneath.
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) -

Testimony begins in the arson case against two people from Evansville, suspected of causing major damage at Inland Marina, for personal gain.

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The February 2015 fire eclipsed $4,000,000 in damages and two people, Brenda Harris and William Marver, were arrested months later.

Investigators say Marver's boat is where the fire started.

Evansville fire investigators, conservation officers, and fellow Inland Marina boat owners, were on the witness stand Tuesday afternoon.

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