Niobrara couple convicted of arson

TYNDALL, S.D. - A Niobrara couple faces up to 10 years in prison after a Tyndall, S.D. jury found them guilty of arson.  The Yankton Daily Press and Dakotan reports that Charles and Kimberly Johnson were found guilty Friday of second-degree arson and reckless burning, both class four felonies.  Authorities believe the couple intentionallly started a fire in 2010 that destroyed their business, Libby's Steakhouse in Springfield, S.D.  The fire also destroyed another downtown business and damaged a third.  No one was injured.  Sentencing for the Johnsons is set for August 7th in Bon Homme County.  The maximum penalty for a class four felony in South Dakota is 10 years in prison and/or a $20,000 find.

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