ARSON CASE: Ft. Dodge Duo Want Trial Moved

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The two men accused of burning down a Fort Dodge business over the summer are asking for a change in venue.

Gregory White, 24, and Tanner King, 23, are charged with arson, burglary, and theft.

Fort Dodge police say they burglarized the Bemrich Electric and Telephone Company then set it on fire on June 21st.

The men are also facing charges of burglarizing the American Red Cross training center on the same day as the fire.

Both men want their trials outside of Webster County. They have both pleaded not guilty.

Their trials are scheduled to begin in February of next year.