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Fort Collins Arson Trial Declared a Mistrial

Benjamin Gilmore
Kevin Mussman, TSM

The judge in the Fort Collins arson trial has declared a mistrial. Benjamin Gilmore faced seven felony counts including arson and attempted murder for the October 2011 blaze that started in a building under construction in Fort Collins and spread to a condominium structure. The damage was estimated at $10 million.

Jurors had been deliberating the case against Benjamin Gilmore for several days. Monday, the jury foreman told a judge that jurors were split. The judge responded by telling them to keep working.

A new trial on the charges against Gilmore is scheduled to begin February 4th.

[Fort Collins Coloradoan]

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