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Williamson County man pleads not guilty to arson charges

JOHNSON COUNTY, IL (KFVS) -

A Williamson County man has pleaded not guilty to several arson charges.

According to the state's attorney's office, Robert O'Dell, 51, of Creal Springs waived his preliminary hearing and entered the not guilty pleas.

According to count 1 of the charging document, O'Dell allegedly set fire on Sept. 20 to a garage on Lakeview Drive. The second count alleges he set fire on Sept. 20 to a car on Lakeview Drive.

O'Dell is scheduled to go to pre-trial on Nov. 2 with possible jury trial on Nov. 22.

The case was investigated by the Johnson County Sheriff's Department.

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