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Disagreement leads to man torching car

Sylvester Louis Parker (Source: LMDC) Sylvester Louis Parker (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A Louisville man is facing charges after he set a car on fire.

According to Shively police, Sylvester Louis Parker, 55, started the fire on November 21.

An arrest warrant says Parker set the fire in retaliation because the owner of the car called police on Parker for playing his car stereo loudly.

Before setting the fire in the car, police said Parker threw a brick through the car window.

Parker was arrested late November 26 and charged with arson.

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