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Man who set wildfires in San Diego's back-country gets 9 years in prison

A Poway man convicted in August of setting a series of small fires alongside semi-rural roads after gambling at local casinos has been sentenced to nine years and four months in prison. Jonathan Cohen, 45, who investigators believe has been setting wildfires in San Diego’s backcountry for years,...
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