RIDGWAY — Francis Anthony “Tony” Milliard will likely spend the rest of his life in prison after being sentenced on Friday in the 2012 arson case that destroyed a West Main Street home.
Milliard has been sentenced in the case to a minimum of 27 years and a maximum of 57 years of incarceration in the custody of the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections; Milliard was also ordered to pay restitution to State Farm Insurance in the amount of $103,440.65 with no fine being imposed by the court.
However, this sentence will not begin until 2038 as Senior Judge John A. Bozza ordered that this sentence will run consecutive to Milliard’s federal sentence to illegal firearm possession and his sentence in the attempted murder of Todd Asti. Read more...
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
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