Man sentenced for Olmsted Township arsons

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OLMSTED TOWNSHIP, Ohio-- The man who pleaded guilty to setting two houses on fire in Olmsted Township was sentenced on Wednesday.

Robert Wey, 28, will be screened for a community-based correctional facility. If accepted, he'll stay there for four and a half months. The judge ordered two years of probation.

Wey must also pay restitution to one of the homeowners and Case Western Reserve University for an unrelated vandalism case.

The houses on Bagley Road and Bronson Road were set on fire within two hours of each other. The homes, which were vacant, were about 2 miles apart. No one was injured.

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