Police arrest second suspect in Jackson Brewery fire

Posted at 8:58 AM, Jan 22, 2020

CINCINNATI — Authorities arrested a second suspect on Tuesday in connection to a fire that destroyed the historic Jackson Brewery last month.

Cameron Bost, 29, is charged with arson, aggravated arson and breaking and entering in the Dec. 15 fire, according to court documents.

Investigators arrested Andre Dargahi on Friday on the same charges. Court documents indicated Dargahi’s social media account data led to the discovery of his involvement in the fire.

The fire burned for 36 hours and caused about $500,000 worth of damage, court documents say.

A judge set Dargahi's bond at $320,000 on Saturday.

Bost is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday for arraignment.