A St. Charles County trailer park arsonist is sentenced for his crimes. But Anthony Nieberding will not see the inside of a prison. Nieberding, who was convicted of setting two of fifteen fires that struck residents of the Pin Oak and Rolling Meadows mobile home parks over three months last winter, has been given a 14-year suspended sentence and five years’ probation. Police linked Nieberding to the fires because of a bootprint found at the scene of one blaze. In another fire, his fingerprint was found on a soda bottle that had been made into a Molotov cocktail. Thirteen arsons at the trailer parks have not been solved. The fires stopped after Nieberding was arrested last February.