Miles Sentenced for Threatening Public Officials 

The man who set fire to the Skowhegan Fair Grounds in 1999 has been sentenced to eight years in prison for making threats on several public officials.

26 year old Charles Miles pleaded guilty to 3 counts of making threats and 8 counts of mailing threatening communications.

Over a four year period, miles threatened to kill Presidents Bush and Clinton, Governor John Baldacci and a federal judge.

Miles is being held at the Maine State Prison in Warren. After he serves his sentence in a federal prison, he’ll also have three years of supervised release.