On May 12, 2008 my car was destroyed by an arsonist at around 3:30 A.M. An attempt was made to set fire to my house while people slept inside. I got a look at the arsonist, a black male who appeared to be in his twenties. As he ran away he dropped a "sea captain" type white cap with a black bill, which I turned over to the detective assigned to the case. I gave this detective the name of the person whom I believed was responsible for what I knew was an arson-for-hire.It became obvious to me after a few weeks that no one was trying to solve this crime. I asked the head of the C.I.D. by phone, letter, and email to return the hat to me so that I could show it to people who might recognize it. I was ignored until I asked then mayor Bill Knight for assistance, Soon thereafter I received a phone call from Detective K.A. (Kyle) Davis informing me that a photograph of the hat would be mailed to me. The next day I received a photo of a filthy baseball style cap having no resemblance to the hat left at the scene. A DNA test on the original hat might have identified the arsonist.Someone has gotten away with first degree arson and in my view the police have helped them get away with it. This is an example of how the police treat people who criticize their performance. Van Barnette, Greensboro
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