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Louisville man indicted on murder, arson charges in fatal house fire

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LOUISVILLE, Kentucky — A grand jury has indicted a Louisville man on charges of murder and arson in connection with a deadly house fire in Old Louisville.

The Jefferson County Circuit Court clerk's office said 53-year-old Ronald Kevin Mills was indicted Tuesday on charges of murder, first- and third-degree arson and first-degree wanton endangerment.

The name of the person who died in the fire Monday hasn't been released. Three others were injured in the blaze.

Online jail records indicate Mills was being held in lieu of $250,000 bond. There was no indication whether he is represented by a lawyer.

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