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LPD: Man threatened to burn pregnant woman

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Quinton Rivers was arrested after dousing his girlfriend with lighter fluid.

It happened late Tuesday night.  Lincoln police say the 25-year-old Rivers got into an argument with his girlfriend.  Police say that's when he threatened to kill her and their unborn child.  They say he poured lighter fluid on her and flicked a lighter near her mid-section.

Luckily, a fire did not start.  Rivers was arrested for second degree felony assault on a pregnant woman.

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