ROCKVILLE, Conn. (AP) — Two former University of Connecticut students who faced arson charges have pleaded guilty to a reduced charge for setting fire to an apartment building off campus in 2015.
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Witnesses told investigators Rama and Kuhn threatened the Carriage House apartment buildings after they got kicked out of a party.
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There were no injuries, but the fire caused thousands of dollars in damages.
Both face up to five years in prison, suspended after two years. Prosecutors say neither had a prior criminal record.
They were roommates until they left the university in 2015.