Grabow Sentenced To Four and a Half Years Prison For 2016 Orangeville Arson Fires

Freeport, Illinois — July 12, 2017 — On Wednesday a Stephenson County judge sentenced Kenneth Grabow to four and a half years in prison for his role in the arson fires that took place in Orangeville, Illinois in April of 2016.

Grabow, who was a former volunteer firefighter entered a plea of guilty on January 26, 2017 in a Stephenson County courtroom, admitting he set fires at three barns, a shed and an abandoned home in the Orangeville area between April 14 and 19.

Grabow will also need to pay restitution for the damages the fires caused.


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