Man gets over 2 years in prison for vehicle arson

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man has been sentenced to serve over two years in prison for an arson charge in connection with a vehicle fire last year.
Thirty-year-old Walter Hosmer, of Franklin, pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy to commit arson and to falsifying physical evidence.
The fire happened Jan. 22, 2018, near the intersection of Little Hill Road and Warner Road in Salisbury.