Rickie Lee Fowler
Convicted arsonist Rickie Lee Fowler was sentenced Monday to receive the death penalty for starting a 2003 wildfire that killed five people and damaged more than 1,000 homes in the Inland Empire.
A jury recommended death on Friday for an arsonist convicted of murdering five men who died of heart attacks during a wildfire that ripped through Southern California nearly a decade ago.
Prosecutors are calling for the death penalty for an arsonist convicted of causing five deaths during a 2003 Southern California wildfire.
Trial finally begins Monday for the man accused of starting the 2003 Old Fire in San Bernardino County.
The man accused of setting the 2003 Old Fire, which caused $170 million in property losses and killed five people, was sentenced this week to three life sentences in a jailhouse sodomy case, according to reports.
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