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Suspect in arson of Gov. Dayton's former home found not guilty due to mental illness

Jeron Patterson was arrested and charged in July for a series of fires at the former home of Gov. Mark Dayton. KSTP says District Court Judge David Piper issued the ruling after reviewing several of Patterson's mental illness evaluations.
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Jeron Patterson was arrested and charged in July for a series of fires at the former home of Gov. Mark Dayton. KSTP says District Court Judge David Piper issued the ruling after reviewing several of Patterson's mental illness evaluations.

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