A fire scorched about 1,700 acres Thursday in the Angeles National Forest north of Glendora, prompting some mandatory evacuations in Glendora and Azusa and the closures of several schools and a community college, authorities said.
Three people have been detained, two by Glendora police, one by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies, NBC4 reported.
The blaze -- dubbed the Colby Fire -- was reported about 5:50 a.m. near San Gabriel Canyon Road, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
Read the whole story on Glendora Patch.
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