Seven Years In Prison For Arsonist

Prison will offer perhaps a better opportunity for odd tattoos for the man.

Nathan Augustine, 28, pleaded guilty to two counts of arson for firebombing Creative Visions tattoo parlor in Monterey on July 13 and Latitudes Restaurant in Pacific Grove two days later. He used Molotov cocktails in both incidents.

Margaret Perotti, owner of Creative Visions, asked Judge Russell Scott to consider imposing a term of 11 years on Augustine, who became incensed when her business declined to apply a tattoo of President Barack Obama’s face under crosshairs on his chest.

Seven Years In Prison For Arsonist