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Alleged Arsonist Now Pleads Guilty

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The Kalispell man who allegedly tried to set his Trumble Creek home on fire while escaping authorities back in August is now pleading guilty.

Daniel Lee English, 40, pleaded guilty to one count of arson, a felony.

He is set to be sentenced in Flathead County District Court on May 1.

Right now, he remains in the Flathead County Detention Center.

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