A man who admitted setting fire to a historic museum in Frisco, Colo., has been sentenced to three years in community corrections and ordered to pay restitution.
Tony Bana pleaded guilty to burglary and arson charges after the museum was damaged by a fire on June 19.
According to the Summit Daily, Bana was also ordered to pay $70,000 for property damage.
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