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Thu November 8, 2012
Former Shipyard Worker Pleads Guilty To Arson
A civilian worker at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard has pled guilty to two counts of arson. The Portland, Maine US Attorneys office says 24-year old Casey Fury set fire to the USS Miami on May 23rd, causing extensive damage to the attack submarine.
Five first responders were injured fighting the first blaze.
Fury was hired as a sandblaster and painter at the shipyard.
The parties have agreed to recommend a federal prison sentence of between 15 and 19 years.
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