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Almost two years since damaging a 100-year-old landmark, displacing several businesses, and devastating a community, Robert Michael Boyce has decided to own up to what he has done.

During a pre-trial hearing on Nov. 22, Boyce agreed to plead guilty on charges of second-degree arson, manufacturing methamphetamine, filing a false insurance claim and unlawfully concealing hazardous waste. Sentencing is set for Wednesday, Nov. 30. He is expected to enter a guilty plea at that time.

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