BRIDGETON — A Cumberland County jury found a city man guilty of criminal mischief in a fire that caused $2 million in damage and displaced several tenants for about six months, Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae said Thursday.
Bruce Cisrow, 63, was found guilty Monday after a trial that lasted one week, but he was acquitted of aggravated arson and aggravated assault, Webb-McRae said in a news release.
On May 17, 2017, Cisrow set fire to clothes in two locations in his apartment at the Bridgeton High Rise, a Bridgeton Housing Authority property, Webb-McRae said. Police and firefighters arrived on the scene and saw Cisrow throwing objects out his window, she said.
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In addition, Cisrow was yelling that he was going to jump and for them to contact President Donald Trump and the National Security Agency, Webb-McRae said.
The fire activated the sprinkler system, Webb-McRae said.
Cisrow faces three to five years in prison. His sentencing is scheduled for June 14, Webb-McRae said.