BRIGHTON, Colo. (AP) — 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 Adams County District Attorney’s Office said Friday that a jury convicted 22-year-old Martin Espinoza of 10 counts of attempted first-degree murder, 23 counts of first-degree arson, three counts of third-degree assault and 10 counts of reckless endangerment.

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Espinoza was among the people who gathered to watch the fire that destroyed 18 condominiums on March 6, and he was interviewed by a television reporter.

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Martin Castruita Espinoza (credit: Adams Co. Sheriff/fire pic credit: CBS)

Martin Castruita Espinoza (credit: Adams Co. Sheriff/fire pic credit: CBS)

Two residents and two firefighters were injured in the blaze.

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