Former Bryan County volunteer firefighter sentenced to 7 years in prison for arson

James Logan Gregg
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DURANT, Okla. (KXII) -- A former Lakewood volunteer firefighter was sentenced to seven years behind bars after he pleaded guilty on Monday to arson charges.

In October 2017, investigators said James Logan Gregg admitted to starting two pastures in Mead, and and would later respond to those fires as a volunteer firefighter.

Gregg was charged with two counts of arson. He pleaded not guilty last month.

Bryan County Court Clerks said Gregg accepted a plea deal in court on Monday, and was sentenced to seven years in the custody of the Department of Corrections.



 
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