OCONTO (WKOW) -- An Oconto Falls teenager, who set a church school on fire, will spend five years in prison.
on Wednesday, 17-year-old Vincent Enneper was sentenced for setting fire to St. Anthony School in Oconto Falls in February. The fire caused $2 million in damages.
Enneper pleaded no contest to arson in June. As part of a plea agreement, other charges of attempted arson and burglary were dismissed.
WLUK-TV reports Enneper also was placed on extended supervision for 10 years.
The school is holding classes in trailers until the building can be repaired.
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