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Colby Fire Starters slapped with $9 Million Restitution Order

by Pasadena Independent
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Three men convicted of setting the Colby Fire earlier this year have been ordered to pay $9 million in restitution.
The three men, Clifford Eugene Henry Jr., Steven Robert Aguirre and Jonathan Carl Jarrell must pay $4.4 million to the United States Forest Service, $1.9 million to the Los Angeles County Fire Department, $1.1 million to the California FAIR Plan Association, as well as hundreds of thousands to the Glendora Police Department, Azusa Police Department, Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, and other government entities and private citizens.
The court ordered that “restitution be paid first to the individual victims, second to the insurance companies and their insured’s, and as the last order of preference, to the government entities.”
The 1,925-acre Colby fires on Jan. 16, destroyed five homes and 17 structures.

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