Henry man gets 3 years for arson, burglary

A Henry man will serve three years in prison for a recent burglary and an arson fire last summer.

Ryan Olszanowski, 26, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Marshall County for an Oct. 28 burglary of a residence in Henry and a fire on July 9, 2017 at 504 Second St. in Henry.

Olszanowski will serve two three-year sentences for arson and burglary consecutively. He will also pay $20.681 in restitution.

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