A Clinton man who set fire to the metal shelving manufacturer where he worked has been sentenced to probation.
David Boyd, 41, was convicted of second-degree arson and sentenced this week to three years' supervised probation.
Boyd was given a deferred judgment, meaning his record will be cleared if he successfully completes the terms of his probation.
Boyd also will have to pay restitution, which will be determined at a Feb. 3 hearing.
Court records show firefighters were called to Collis Inc.
before dawn on Sept. 16 for a fire that started in a janitor's closet. Investigators say Boyd, who had no prior criminal record, admitted to setting the fire while about 20 other employees were in the building.
No one was injured.
(This information is provided by the Associated Press...)