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Hulsey guilty on all counts in Jack Be Nimble fire

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Posted: Saturday, May 18, 2013 11:13 am | Updated: 10:17 am, Mon May 20, 2013.

DARLINGTON, S.C. — Defendant Claudette Hulsey showed no visible signs of emotion when jurors found her guilty on all counts Saturday afternoon following a weeklong arson and fraud trial tied to a 2011 fire at her Jack Be Nimble children’s clothing boutique in downtown Hartsville.

The jury needed almost four hours of deliberations before rendering its verdict. Judge Thomas Cooper then sentenced Hulsey to spend 36 months in prison for her conviction on the charges of burning personal property to defraud insurers, presenting a false claim for insurance payment-value $10,000 or more, making a false insurance claim to obtain benefits for fire or explosion loss, third-degree arson and filing a false police report of a felony.

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