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UPDATE: Man sentenced on mobile home fire charges

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UPDATE - Keith Rosenow was sentenced to two years in prison and three years extended supervision on charges related to a mobile home fire.

He was sentenced on two charges but will serve them concurrently.  In November, Rosenow pleaded no contest to the charges.  Two other charges were dropped but read in.

Investigators say Rosenow set fire to his trailer at Wausau's Lazy Acres Mobile Home Park to get revenge on his landlord for evicting him.

As part of the sentencing, Rosenow is not allowed to have contact with the owners or employees of Lazy Acres.  He receives credit for 350 days served on each count.

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A Wausau man charged in a mobile home fire has pleaded no contest.

Keith Rosenow, 46, was in Marathon County court Monday. He faced four felony charges—three for recklessly endangering safety and one for unsafe burning.

Rosenow pleaded no contest and was found guilty to two of the charges. The other two were dismissed.

Investigators say Rosenow set fire to his trailer at Wausau's Lazy Acres Mobile Home Park to get revenge on his landlord for evicting him.

Rosenow will be sentenced in about two months.

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UPDATE - The man charged in connection with a fire that burned down a mobile home will have a plea hearing in November.

Keith Rosenow is charged with three counts of 2nd-Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety and one count of Unsafe Burning of Own Building.

The plea hearing is scheduled for November 19, 2012.

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Police have arrested and charged a Wausau man in connection with a fire that burned down a mobile home.

Keith Rosenow faces four felony charges--three counts of second degree reckless endangerment and one count of unsafe burning of own building.

According to the criminal complaint, police responded to a fire at the Lazy Acre Mobile Home Court at around 10:40 P.M. Tuesday. Firefighters were able to put out the blaze but the mobile home was destroyed. No one was injured in the fire. According to the complaint, the management of the mobile home park say the relationship between them and the Rosenows was "contentious."

Investigators have still not determined exactly how the fire started.

Keith Rosenow appeared in court today where the charges were officially filed.

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