ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An Albuquerque business man has entered a guilty plea to his role in burning down a landmark hotel in Cheyenne.
Ajay Jariwala, 52, of Albuquerque, plead guilty to conspiracy to commit arson early Friday night in Cheyenne.
He faces between five to six years in prison.
Jariwala was an officer in the company that bought the Hitching Post inn for just over $1 million in early 2010.
He took out a 13 and a $500,000 insurance policy on the hotel before the fire that September.
Two others already have pleaded guilty to related charge , including Robert Rodriguez, of Albuquerque, who started the massive fire.
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