Man arrested after police car fire at Seattle protest

BREMERTON, Wash. (AP) — Authorities in Washington state have charged a Bremerton man in federal court who is accused of setting fire to a Seattle police car during a May protest in Seattle that turned destructive following the police killing of George Floyd. The Kitsap Sun reported that 25-year-old Tyre Wayne Means, Jr. is facing multiple counts of arson charges and possession of a stolen firearm. Investigators said a man they believe to be Means was seen using a flaming paper towel to start a fire in a “heavily damaged” police car and trying to run away after taking a rifle from a different police car.