Nov 15, 2016 12:27 PM
DOVER — A former firefighter and EMT in Peterborough who set fire to five multi-unit housing structures in 2013 has been approved for parole after he serves two to seven years for other arson charges.
Gregory Potter set fire to houses in Durham in the early morning of Feb. 2, 2013, nearly killing three people sleeping at 4 Smith Park Lane, where a barn, apartment and three vehicles were damaged.
Potter was originally sentenced to four to 14 years in prison on July of 2015.
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