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Homeless Squatter Caught on Film on Roof Near Downtown Vegas Art’s District Fire

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In what looks like the latest fire started by homeless drug addicts in Las Vegas, a suspected arsonist was photographed on the roof overlooking the warehouse fire in Downtown Las Vegas on Sunday.

The fire was reported shortly after 8 pm on Sunday, at a two-story warehouse in the Downtown Arts District at 1026 Main St. The warehouse was known as a hotspot for homeless drug addicts, and the front door was often left open for homeless squatters to use the building.

We have documented the homeless problems throughout downtown Las Vegas and the Arts District for years, but the City of Las Vegas refuses to crack down on these bums, even after they torch building after building.

How many buildings have to burn before the city cracks down on these addicts?

Back in June, the Bunkhouse Saloon in downtown Las Vegas was looted and set on fire by homeless drug addicts.

In March, the old White Cross Market building was set ablaze by homeless addicts.

Last December, more than 75 firefighters and 30 pieces of equipment were needed to put out a warehouse fire near the train tracks off of Industrial, after homeless addicts who were allowed to setup encampments along the tracks set the building on fire.

And here are just a few more of the fires that were caused by homeless encampments that the city of Las Vegas refuses to do anything about.

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