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Crime Man charged in Stuart shooting enters plea on arson charge

00:40  01 november  2019
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In New York, arson is charged in five degrees. Arson in the first degree is a Class A-1 felony and requires the intent to burn the building with a person inside using an explosive incendiary device. the damage is by fire the offence should be charged as arson .

OROVILLE — An Oroville man facing charges in a deadly 2017 shooting in South Oroville has entered a plea , according to court documents. Jeffrey Parrish, 31, pleaded not guilty Thursday in Butte County Superior Court to charges of murder and being a felon in possession of a firearm, according

Randall Comly has entered a not guilty plea on arson charges.

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He's also charged in a shooting that injured two Guthrie County deputies.

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According to court documents, a woman told deputies that Randall Comly lit her small camper on fire. Her property was still inside when it happened in September.

While Police were arresting Comly in connection with that fire, they say he opened fire on deputies in Stuart on October 17th.

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HELENA (AP) – A man has pleaded not guilty to charges that he started a wildfire in the Helena National Forest last month. Robert Alexander Norman pleaded not guilty in Broadwater County District Court on Friday to one count of felony arson , one count of felony negligent arson and one

Police charged Comly with two counts of attempted murder.

Comply entered a written plea of not guilty to the arson charges.

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