Frat arson inmate locked down
January 30, 2020
Issac DePaolo, the Cheney resident who was sentenced to a year in jail July 12 after he pleaded guilty to charges of second degree arson and reckless burning of the Theta Chi fraternity on College Hill in Pullman, was the subject of a lengthy report on violations of work release which he was allowed while serving his sentence.
After the hearing, DePaolo was ordered to be locked down in jail for 80 days, two months of good time credit was rescinded from the one-year sentence.
A 35-page report on the work release violations was submitted as part of the hearing and the decision orders were fil...