Does Duluth have its first case of an attempted honor killing?

Duluth fire victim works as advocate for families

Jaclyn Arnold, the Duluth woman found severely burned in the city’s Fond du Lac neighborhood on Thursday, was a new Duluth resident who began working as an advocate for marginalized families in the community earlier this year.

“She was new to the community, but really a gift to have here,” said Beth Olson, Arnold’s supervisor and executive director at First Witness Child Advocacy Center in Duluth.

In an update posted on a Go Fund Me page for Arnold, her coworker Laura Gapske wrote that Arnold has “full thickness burns over 85% of her body” and

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