Jay D. Jackson, 53, on Tuesday pleaded no contest to a felony count of arson. He will be sentenced to six months in jail and four years of probation, according to Walter Wall, the Merced County deputy district attorney who prosecuted the case.
Jay D. Jackson, 53, on Tuesday pleaded no contest to a felony count of arson. He will be sentenced to six months in jail and four years of probation, according to Walter Wall, the Merced County deputy district attorney who prosecuted the case. Merced County Sheriff’s Office
Jay D. Jackson, 53, on Tuesday pleaded no contest to a felony count of arson. He will be sentenced to six months in jail and four years of probation, according to Walter Wall, the Merced County deputy district attorney who prosecuted the case. Merced County Sheriff’s Office

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