The State Fire Marshal's office has pressed charges against three teenagers accused of torching 2 outhouses.
Officials say they set fire to the facilities on July 16th near the Scott Street Beach.
They're accused of setting fire to the replacements last week.
19 year old Daniel Spear and 18 year old Philip Seekins are both from South Thomaston and have both been charged with four counts of arson.
A 16 year old Thomaston boy is facing two counts of arson, but isn't being identified because he's a juvenile.
The older teens were taken to the Knox County Jail.
A man from Corinth faces up to 20 years in prison.
40 year old David Livingston Brown pleaded guilty today to possessing child pornography.
The U.S. Attorney's office says Brown emailed child porn video to an undercover FBI agent in April of 2013.
His home was raided a few months later and officials say he admitted to sending and receiving child porn by email and also collecting hundreds of images and videos over several years.
In addition to a sentence of up to 20 years, Brown faces a fine of up to $250 thousand dollars.
A sentencing date hasn't been set.
The case was made possible by "Project Safe Childhood", a nationwide initiative to combat the growing problem of child sexual exploitation and abuse.
BLUE HILL - Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems announcing Friday the new Chief Executive Officer for Blue Hill Memorial Hospital.