Steamboat Springs A 20-year-old Steamboat Springs man was released from the Routt County Jail Friday after serving a little more than 100 days for setting a mobile home on fire in November.
Fourteenth Judicial District Judge Joel S. Thompson on Friday gave Cameron David Billingsley credit for his 102 days behind bars for the Nov. 3 fire that destroyed a Dream Island Plaza mobile home.
Billingsley pleaded guilty in January to second-degree arson, a misdemeanor.
Although Billingsley was released from custody, Thompson also sentenced the man to two years of supervised probation and ordered him to pay $9,360 in restitution for his guilty plea to first-degree criminal trespass, a class five felony.
If Billingsley does not commit any criminal offenses in the next two years, the felony will be dismissed.
If Billingsley does violate the conditions of his supervised probation, the deferred judgment could be revoked and he could face a prison term of one to three years and a $100,000 fine.
When Billingsley was arrested Nov. 12 at his Dream Island residence, he told authorities he torched the mobile home because he was "intoxicated, bored and mad he had to work on Halloween."
The mobile home, which was lit on fire with cardboard and a cigarette lighter, was fully engulfed in flames when Steamboat Springs firefighters arrived at the scene at about 1:45 a.m.
The fire extended to a second mobile home, burning the entire adjacent side. No one was inside either of the mobile homes.
It took firefighters about a half-hour to get the blaze under control.
The mobile home, which is owned by Colorado Real Estate and Investment, was burned inside and out.
Fire investigators suspected arson because all utilities to the home had been disconnected.
As part of the supervised probation, Billingsley must abide by numerous conditions.
He must get treatment and therapy for alcohol use and is to refrain from drinking alcohol. He is also subject to curfew and weekly monitoring.