NH serial arson sentenced to minimum of 2 decades in jail after killings four dogs in fire
BRENTWOOD — On Friday, a Rockingham Superior Court judge sentenced the serial arsonist Gregory Bruno to prison for 22-60 years.
Gregory Bruno, 29 of Raymond, was convicted in April for targeting his ex-girlfriend Alison Anzalone. Beginning back in January of 2015, Bruno burned down Anzalone's home, a Raymond self storage, an Epping home, and a car parked outside of a Stratham Planet Fitness.
Because of Bruno's arson, four dogs were burned alive.
Bruno will serve a minimum 22 years in jail, and he already has 788 days of pre-trial confinement credit, according to court documents.
He will have to complete psychological diagnosis and follow treatment plans, and upon release from jail, Bruno will face an additional 15 years of probation.