Ohio State Champion (WKBN) – A 22-year-old Ohio man has been charged with alleged involvement in the incident. Fire at former factory of Champion Warren Steel Holdings I learned of his sentence on Thursday.
Trumbull County General Court Judge Ronald Rice has sentenced Lucas Wheatcroft, 22, of Nashville, Ohio, to five years’ probation. Wheatcroft must also do 100 hours of community service and write a letter of apology.
Wheatcroft pleaded guilty to the fourth degree felony of criminal damage in the incident.
he One of the four people was charged A grand jury returned a “no bill” verdict in the case against the other three defendants, and the charges against them were dismissed, according to court records.
The State Fire and Security Service determined that the fire was intentionally set in an area where paper products were abundant.
The fire was extinguished to the steelworks and the building was demolished.
https://www.wkbn.com/news/local-news/ohio-man-learns-sentence-for-vandalizing-former-plant-in-champion/ Lucas Wheatcroft of Nashville, Ohio Convicted of Vandalism at Old Warren Steel Holdings Factory in Champion