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'Bosch' Star John Marshall Jones Puts Out Fire, Nabs Alleged Arsonist

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'Bosch' Star John Marshall Jones Puts Out Fire, Nabs Alleged ArsonistCops are calling John Marshall Jones a hero ... not only for rushing out of his house in his underwear to douse a fire, but for chasing down the alleged arsonist behind the blaze. John, who played special agent Jay Griffin on the Amazon hit…
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