Phelan and co-defendant
The residence was where
Phelan and Bermudez are accused of helping Crozier set the
Hatheway, 23, hasn't been seen since
During Phelan's sentencing in
Iacovelli said he did not want to see his client go back for two weeks to finish that sentence.
"He's been doing wonderful he's been clean and sober for quite a while now, he's been working, I don't want to see him go back into custody for two weeks," Iacovelli said.
"I'm not going to enforce that agreement such that you would go to jail for 16 days, I'm going to go against the Commonwealth's recommendation and impose a sentence for 714 days in the
On Thursday, Bermudez was also given credit for the 790 days he served and released from custody, the
Last week, Crozier, 31, pleaded guilty to charges of arson and conspiracy. He was sentenced to serve no less than six years and no more than six years and a day in prison and will receive credit for 38 months served.
"The evidence suggests that the motive for this fire was not insurance money, that the true motive was to cover up evidence in connection with missing person
Hodgens said the home was not insured, but that Crozier asked Phelan and Bermudez to burn down the home, saying he would pay them.
Crozier's defense attorney,
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