By MARLO BARNHART
Washington County Circuit Court jurors have found a Hagerstown man not guilty of setting a fire in an attempt to defraud an insurance company.
Richard Lee Magaha, 25, accused after a blaze in his car last May, was acquitted on Thursday.
He had been free on an appeal bond since October when he was sentenced in Washington County District Court to two years in prison.
Judge Ralph France had found him guilty of malicious burning to defraud an insurance company.
Magaha, who was on probation for another arson when charged with the offense, didn't testify and called no witnesses during the trial.