Dwight Henline, the 33-year-old Friday Harbor man who is accused of setting the April 7 fire that destroyed historic buildings in Friday Harbor, will appear remotely in San Juan County Superior Court at 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 20, 2022. He was transported to San Juan County from Island County on Tuesday, April 19. He was arrested in Island County April 16.
The review hearing will be before Judge Kathryn Loring.
The review hearing occurs remotely for all participants. There are two ways to attend.
People can go to the courtroom on the second floor of the courthouse and watch the hearing on a screen.
The hearing can also be viewed through the San Juan County Superior Court website.
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