A 31-year-old man accused of torching a south Edmonton condo complex in a $6 million fire two years ago says he will plead guilty to one count of arson.
Eric Gould faced 24 charges in connection with the March 2-14 fire that destroyed the Windermere condominiums, a complex still under construction.
The charges include arson, conspiracy to commit arson, theft, fraud, housebreaking and possession of incendiary material.
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