Jamestown Man Accused Of Arson Pleads Guilty In The Case

MAYVILLE – A 50-year-old Jamestown man accused of setting an occupied home ablaze last year has plead guilty in the case.

The Chautauqua County District Attorney’s Office says Eric Goodlow plead guilty Thursday to third-degree arson.







In September 2020 Jamestown Police say Goodlow intentionally threw two incendiary devices onto the porch of 514 Monroe Street.

The porch of residence sustained damage as a result of the arson fire and no one was hurt as a result of the blaze.







The DA’s Office says Goodlow, who will face sentencing in August, will spend a minimum of four years in state prison.

 













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