Not Guilty in Arson Reckless-Endangerment
Case, with £24,200 Property Losses

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Earlier this afternoon a jury at Bradford Crown Court found Stephen Gibbs (23) from Leeds not guilty of arson, with intent to destroy property, and not guilty of being reckless as to whether the lives of others would "thereby be endangered".


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