A New Hampshire man who pleaded guilty to starting fires in Maine that caused millions of dollars in damages to building complexes faces a lengthy prison sentence when he is sentenced.
Everett Stickney of Exeter, N.H., is scheduled to be sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court in Portland.
He pleaded guilty in June to setting fire to a building with 26 businesses in it in Yarmouth the night of Jan. 2 and then setting fire to another office building in York the following night.
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