SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (WHBL) - A Cedar Grove man who set fire to buildings at the Walvoord Berry Farm in August of 2011was back in Sheboygan County Court for sentencing this week. Judge Terrence Bourke placed 27 year old Sean Bradley on probation for 4 years with the first 6 months to be spent in the county jail. Authorities said Bradley was a member of the Cedar Grove Volunteer Fire Department at the time and told investigators he set the fire because he was bored, then later responded with the department to battle the flames. The blaze did hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage. Bradley was also ordered to pay the Woolvords $9,600 while he is on probation. Judge Bourke ruled that additional restitution of $64,000 will be converted to a civil judgment.
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