Homeless man pleads guilty for destructive fire at Bellevue mosque

  • Source: KOMO-TV ABC 4 and Radio 1000
  • Published: 09/15/2017 11:22 AM

A homeless man charged for a January fire that badly damaged a mosque in Bellevue pleaded guilty Friday morning to first-degree reckless burning in King County Superior Court. Isaac Wayne Wilson, 37, was originally charged with second-degree arson and held on $1 million bail for the Jan. 14 fire at the Islamic Center of the Eastside. In a plea deal Friday, Wilson pleaded guilty to the lowered charge of reckless burning and an unrelated malicious mischief charge. According to court documents, Wilson has a lengthy criminal record with at least 26 prior convictions, most of them misdemeanors.



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