Alleged Westchester Square arsonist to face judge

The man accused of intentionally starting a fire in Westchester Square is expected to face a judge today. William Crean faces second-degree arson and reckless

THE BRONX - The man accused of intentionally starting a fire in Westchester Square is expected to face a judge today.

William Crean faces second-degree arson and reckless endangerment charges for the blaze that caused $2 million in property damage at five businesses in March 2009.

If found guilty, Crean could spend up to 25 years behind bars.

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