Fulton Woman Sentenced For Intentionally Setting A Fire At Fulton Moser’s

A Fulton woman is now sentenced after pleading guilty to first-degree arson for setting a fire in the Fulton Moser’s in June.

According to court documents 48 year old Pamela Cordrey was sentenced to 5 years probation yesterday (Monday) and will pay twenty thousand, seven hundred eighty nine dollars and seventy one cents in restitution before being released from probation.


She is set to start making three hundred fifty dollar monthly payments starting in January.

Cordrey faces up to 7 years if her probation is violated.

She was an employee and working when she intentionally set off the fire in the basement of Moser’s off of North Business 54 in Fulton on June 17th.