Apr 22, 2016 11:29 AM

Officials: Raymond man charged with arsons wrote letter asking others to set more fires


RAYMOND —An accused serial arsonist is now accused of soliciting others to commit more arsons.

Gregory Bruno, 27 of Raymond, is facing new charges after Rockingham County jail intercepted a letter of his, according to the Union Leader. The letter solicited someone else to commit arson and other crimes.

Bruno has already been indicted and jailed on multiple charges stemming from a series of arson fires last year. The fires began in January 2015 to allegedly terrorize Bruno's ex-girlfriend, Alison Anzalone.

Four dogs killed in the fires he's been accused of setting.

After Bruno's letter was intercepted, a judge in the Candia Circuit Court added another $50,000 to his bail at Wednesday's arraignment.

Two of his new charges are felonies and each have a significant fine with a sentence of up to seven years in state prison.

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