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Two People Sentenced to 3 Months in jail for Haystack Arsons

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FRANKLIN COUNTY, WA - Two people have been sentenced to three months in jail for burning haystacks in Franklin County. 

Eli Johnson and Nicole Monk, both from Eltopia, pleaded guilty to arson. 

Deputies stopped the two in March of 2014 in a car that matched the description of a car seen leaving several fires. 

Deputies found lighter fluid and a lighter inside the car. 

Two other people who were in the car were sentenced last fall after pleading guilty to arson charges.

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