Sentencing is scheduled January 2 for a second Kingman woman who pled guilty in the arson of a commercial property. Loretta Minor, 26, will be placed on probation and could get up to a year in the county jail when sentenced by Mohave County Superior Court Judge Steve Conn. Judge Conn has already imposed a two year prison term for case co-defendant Tamara Douglas, 27. Prosecutors and police believe Douglas was more culpable than Minor in the June, 2013 torching of the Kingman business formerly operated by Douglas’ mother Toni Nogales. Nogales has not been charged though there’s been plenty of discussion in open court of the investigative theory that an insurance scam was in play when the fire essentially destroyed the catch-N-Rayz beauty salon on Airway Avenue.
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