TORCHED: BOULEVARD ARSONIST GETS 15 -YEAR SENTENCE

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San Diego County –  Previously convicted arsonist Shane Daniel McClung has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for intentionally setting a structure on fire near the community of Boulevard, in September 2009.

 

After a comprehensive investigation involving CAL FIRE, the San Diego County Sheriffs Department’s Bomb and Arson Unit and the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office, McClung pled guilty to one count of arson, (California Penal Code section 451.1), which resulted in the 15 year sentence, and a second strike.

 

This was the second time fire investigators dealt with McClung in San Diego County, he was found guilty of committing a series of arson fires in the community of Rincon in 2005.  He was released from prison in 2009. He was sentenced on March 3, 2010 for his most recent crime. 
 


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