A man accused of starting a fire that destroyed a condominium complex in Thornton has been convicted of multiple counts of attempted first-degree murder.
The man accused of setting a massive fire at the Corona Village condominiums has pleaded not guilty.
Police say a 20-year-old man deliberately set a fire at condominiums in Adams County last month, and now prosecutors are outlining the evidence as they seek attempted murder charges.
The man accused of intentionally setting fire to condominiums in Adams County was formally charged on Wednesday. Martin Espinoza was charged with 55 counts, including attempted first-degree murder and arson.
The arson suspect wanted in the Corona Village Condo fire has turned himself in to authorities.
The search continues for a suspected arsonist who investigators believe started a fire that destroyed an entire building of condos and heavily damaged two others.
The search is on for an arsonist after investigators say someone intentionally set a fire the raced through a condominium complex in Adams County.