FILE - Casey Fury is seen in a file booking photo provided by the Dover, N.H., Police Department . Fury, of Portsmouth, N.H., a former shipyard worker accused of setting a fire May 23,

 

              FILE - Casey Fury is seen in a file booking photo provided by the Dover, N.H., Police Department . Fury, of Portsmouth, N.H., a former shipyard worker accused of setting a fire May 23,
FILE - Casey Fury is seen in a file booking photo provided by the Dover, N.H., Police Department . Fury, of Portsmouth, N.H., a former shipyard worker accused of setting a fire May 23, 2012 that caused about $450 million in damage to the nuclear submarine USS Miami, pleaded guilty Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012. U.S. Attorney Thomas Delahanty II said 24-year-old Casey James Fury waived indictment and pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of arson. (AP Photo/Dover Police Department, File)