Milo Arsonist Pleads Guilty 

The man accused of setting a fire in downtown Milo last September that destroyed several businesses, took responsibilty for the crime in a Dover-Foxcroft courtroom Monday.32 year old Christopher Miliano plead guilty to arson, burglary and theft.He broke into the Hobnobber’s Pub on Main street, then set a fire to cover up the burglary.The fire spread to other buildings, destroying six businesses in all.District Attorney Chris Almy says the judge sentenced him to spend eight years behind bars, followed by four years of probation. “After he’s placed on probation, he’s gonna have to pay restitution and involve himself in alcohol counseling and abstain from using alcohol or drugs.”Miliano also plead guilty to an aggravated assault last November.