Man Gets 3 Years for Setting Fire to Southbridge Cruiser

Man Gets 3 Years for Setting Fire to Southbridge Cruiser

A man who doused a Southbridge police cruiser with gas and set it on fire was sentenced to three years in state prison.

Arthur A. Burnham, was arrested in 2015 after he set the cruised on fire. A police officer saw him cheering as the ar went up in flames.

He pled guilty to two counts of maliciously damaging a motor vehicle as well as to two other charges.

When people choose to act criminally and put the lives of other people at risk, it can be hard to understand why.

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