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The incident occurred as a state highway crew treated roads after Tuesday’s light snowfall.
The worker was seriously injured, a Montgomery County police spokesman said.
Jurors convicted the man after a 13-day trial.
The fire was caused by trash, fire officials said.
The encounter happened on North Old Glebe Road, said animal control officers, who are investigating similar attacks.
The fire was caused by flammable vapors that were ignited by an electrical source, authorities said.
Authorities are investigating what caused the fire.
The fox bit and scratched a woman in McLean and was last seen roaming Copley Lane, police said.
State Police said the woman’s vehicle overturned on John Hanson Highway.
Authorities said Nathaniel Wright Jr., 58, sold heroin in 2013 to someone who later overdosed.