Bail increased for woman accused in apartment fire

New reports say the Wilton woman accused of setting her boyfriend's apartment on fire has had bail increased because she allegedly forged a doctor's note.



The Connecticut Post reports that a judge upped Gina Clemente's bail this week to $250,000.



She's accused of giving the court a fake note claiming her electronic-monitoring ankle bracelet was setting off her pacemaker.



Clemente was arrested last month for allegedly setting fire to her boyfriend's apartment in Greenwich last year.


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