September 19, 2014

Teen gets five years for school arson

A teenager convicted of setting a school fire in Oconto Falls will serve a five-year prison term. Vincent Enneper was sentenced Wednesday after pleading no contest in June to one count of arson as part of a plea deal. The 17 year-old was also placed on extended supervision for 10 years.

The then 16 year-old Enneper set several small fires at the Catholic elementary school on February 21 – one of which got out of control and caused some $2 million in damage. Students were forced to move to temporary classrooms for this school year.