The 37-year-old man, author of 24 fires in the summer of 2020, was sentenced by the Toulouse Criminal Court to six years in prison and three years of socio-judicial follow-up, Wednesday, October 27.
He is at the origin of 24 fires during the summer of 2020. The arsonist from Villaudric was sentenced to six years in prison and a three-year socio-judicial follow-up by the Toulouse Criminal Court, Wednesday October 27, 2021.
The man, a 37-year-old father, was arrested at his home in Villaudric, north of Toulouse, in September 2020. facts on the 24 fires perpetrated in the municipalities of Villaudric, Fronton or Villemur-sur-Tarn.
He threw fire-lighter cubes for barbecue, on foot or through the window of his vehicle, mounted on nails or screws to start his fires. The projectiles then embraced the brush fields each time. Some fires started near homes, which particularly worried residents.
In total, 40 hectares of vegetation went up in smoke in just three months, recall Blue France. According to our colleagues, the arsonist from Villaudric already had seventeen entries in his criminal record for theft, road violence, drugs and degradation.
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