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Former volunteer firefighter sentenced for burning down a building with three others

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A former Western Kentucky volunteer firefighter was arrested and sentenced to probation after setting fire to an empty Crofton building.

19-year-old Dakota Oglesby was sentenced to five years of probation for arson and burglary and was ordered to pay restitution.

The Crofton Volunteer Firefighter was relieved from his position following his arrest. He pleaded guilty in December.

Three other firefighters -former Chief Jeremy P. Marlar, Glenn McGee, and Dylan Hodge- were convicted last year.

According to the Courier-Journal, Hodge received a diversion program sentence while Marlar and McGee will both serve ten years behind bars. All four individuals are being civilly sued by the building owner.

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