A Concord man has been convicted for arson in what ConFire says was a domestic violence incident on Oct. 28, 2011 in Concord
Marc Bagnell, 41, was convicted Feb. 28 to one year in jail and three years of probation, according to ConFire.
Bagnell was originally charged with attempted murder, arson causing great bodily injury, arson to the home, arson using gasoline and animal cruelty, according to a news release.
Because of a plea deal taken Feb. 28, a ConFire press release states Bagnell was only convicted of arson.
Answering to reports of a fire at a home in the 1400 block of Grove Way in Concord on Oct. 28, ConFire and Concord Police personnel found no fire or smoke. Emergency responders found Bagnell injured inside, instead, along with the smell of gasoline and evidence that the floors in multiple rooms had been burnt, according to a ConFire report.
Bagnell, who had suffered burns to his feet, was transported to an area hospital, according to ConFire.
The investigation was carried out Fire District invesitgators and The Concord Police Department before charges were filed by the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office.
No details about the dropped attempted murder and animal cruelty charges were immediately available.