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Two Plead Guilty to Vandalizing and Burning an LDS Church

Two Plead Guilty to Vandalizing and Burning an LDS Church



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(KSL News) Two people accused of vandalizing and burning an LDS church have pleaded guilty to the charges against them.

Two Plead Guilty to Vandalizing and Burning an LDS Church

Michael Aaron Ferguson, who is 19 years old, pleaded guilty to second-degree felony arson yesterday. His accomplice, 16-year-old Christina Bell, pleaded guilty to first-degree felony aggravated arson after being certified to stand trial as an adult.

Two Plead Guilty to Vandalizing and Burning an LDS Church

In exchange for the pleas, charges of criminal mischief and simple assault were dropped.

Ferguson has been sentenced to probation and to pay restitution to the church. Ball will be set in June.

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