Felon who stalked, set fire to ex’s property in Anza facing 21 years in prison

MURRIETA (CNS) - A convicted felon responsible for igniting two fires that damaged property belonging to an Anza woman he was stalking is expected to receive a 21-year prison term when he's sentenced on Nov. 1. Roger Dell Green, 74, of Banning pleaded guilty last month to two counts of arson and one count each of attempted arson and stalking in violation of a restraining order for the 2017 offenses. In exchange for his admissions, the Riverside County District Attorney's Office dropped seven related felony and misdemeanor charges. Green had been slated to go on trial this week at the Southwest Justice Center in Murrieta, but proceedings were vacated by Superior Court Judge John Davis after the plea deal was reached. Davis indicated he would impose a sentence of 21 years, eight months in
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