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It seemed clear to us, also, that Scott's fires were a combination of an attention-getting device and an angry response to his parents' marital difficulties. According to his mother, Scott wet his bed every night; had sleep problems, 56 CHAPTER FIVE- including nightmares and insomnia; and stared at fire for long periods of time. " "David," age five, set a fire because of anger and rage over his mother's constant discipline. According to newspaper accounts, David had a history of setting fire to his bed.
In fact, over three-fifths (62 percent) of the fire setters' sample stated that the child had recently been under such stress, compared to only a few (10 percent) of the nonfiresetters' sample. Stress factors appear to play an important part in the etiology of arson. Take, for instance, the case of "Jerry," an eight-yearold male Caucasian. Jerry had lost his mother one year before the fire incident. His father had been remarried for six months, and on the weekend before the fire, Jerry's grandfather had passed away.
The principal notified the fire station, and the boys were eventually arrested for their fire. Fortunately, no structural damage occurred from this fire. The boys were assigned to a counselor. 50 CHAPTER FOUR In summary, we viewed these youngsters who constituted our "playing-with-matches" firesetters as being fairly normal kids. In many instances, they had been brought to the attention of the authorities when they had been referred to the probation department's counseling program, or because the parents had caught the youngsters playing with matches and wanted to provide them with proper fire-safety education.
A Droid's Tale by John Whitman