LAWTON, Okla. (TNN) - A Comanche County man has entered a plea of no contest for his part in a 2016 arson.
Former volunteer firefighter, 26-year-old Cameron Spartara, was charged with helping a man set fire to a building in Geronimo.
Spartara entered a no contest plea in an agreement that amended his third degree arson charge to a misdemeanor charge of Act Resulting in Gross Injury to Property.
He was given a differed sentence, meaning he will spend no time behind bars, but he will have to pay $40 a month for a year, on top of all his court fees.
Spartara is also charged with two counts of second degree rape in Cotton County where investigators say the case involved a 14-year-old girl in 2016.
Court records show his trial has been continued to April of next year.