WALDOBORO, Maine (AP) — The Maine fire marshal’s office has arrested three men in connection with a fire two years ago that destroyed a Waldoboro boathouse and a 36-foot lobster boat that was inside. Investigators from the fire marshal’s office and Maine Marine Patrol conducted dozens of interviews, served search warrants and collected evidence over a two-year period before going to a grand jury last week. Maine Public Safety Department spokesman Steve McCausland said a “dispute among fishermen” led to the arson fire. Arrested were three fishermen: 39-year-old James Simmons of Friendship; 30-year-old Frederick Campbell of Friendship and 36-year-old Jeffrey Luce of Whitefield. Officials say Luce was already held on unrelated charges. Simmons was released from jail Friday on $50,000 bail while Campbell remained jailed. It was unknown if they’d hired lawyers.