December 18, 2017
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Convenience store owner accused of hiring man to set fire to business

The Associated Press

LIVERMORE FALLS, Maine — Officials have charged two Livermore Falls residents with arson in connection with a convenience store fire last summer.

Ericka Poland-Rolfe, 29, and Miguel Cedeno, 21, were arrested Friday, according to the state fire marshal’s office.

Officials say Poland-Rolfe owned the JP Corner Store, which was heavily damaged in a July 26 fire that was started with a flammable liquid.

Investigators say Poland-Rolfe hired Cedeno to set the fire.


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