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Deputies Place Man Under Arrest After West Tulsa Garage Fire

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An investigation is ongoing after a fire began early Thursday morning at a west Tulsa residence.

Initial reports state that a possible meth lab is to blame for the fire that took place near 59th and 33rd West Avenue.

Crews with the Tulsa Fire Department were made aware of the fire before midnight. Once on scene they were able to quickly put out the blaze.

Deputies with the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office arrested Brandon Fisher on suspicion of endeavoring to manufacture methamphetamine and arson. Investigators discovered meth paraphernalia around the garage where the fire took place.

He's being held on a total $90,000 bond at the Tulsa County Jail

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