MUSKOGEE COUNTY, Okla. - A former Boynton firefighter facing arson charges has pleaded guilty.
Dustin Davis was given a five-year deferred sentence for starting fires in Muskogee County.
Davis admitted starting seven Boynton fires in July 2012 in order to fight them with his co-workers.
He pleaded guilty to felony third-degree arson.
In addition to the deferred sentence, Davis must also pay additional fines.
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