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arsonist pleads guilty to fire starting charges at heaven’s kitchen
arsonist pleads guilty to fire starting charges at heaven’s kitchen

Arsonist pleads guilty to fire starting charges at Heaven’s kitchen

A man has pleaded guilty to eight charges following a fire at Heaven’s Kitchen restaurant in Farnham in the early hours of Sunday morning (March 10).

Police were called at 3am following reports of a fire in the restaurant which had spread to the flats above. Fortunately there were no injuries to anyone within the premises.

Giovanni Dell-Anno, 37 of no fixed address, has been arrested on eight counts including:

Arson with intent to endanger life
Arson with recklessness as to whether life is endangered
Burglary non dwelling
4 x malicious communications
Assault by beating
Dell-Anno has pleaded guilty to all counts and has been remanded in custody until he attends Guildford Crown Court on April 11, 2019.