Two men are headed to prison for their involvement in burning two Maine homes.
The Sun Journal reports a Farmington judge on Tuesday sentenced 21-year-old D'Kota Rowe of Wilton to 12 years in prison with all but three suspended. Einer Bonilla, formerly of Nebraska, was sentenced to 12 years with all but 27 months suspended.
Rowe had been found guilty of arson charges in May for burning down a summer home in Carthage last year and a vacant Wilton mobile home. The 22-year-old Bonilla pleaded guilty to arson on Tuesday for his role in the fires.
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Both men apologized to the homeowners in court.