MINDEN, Neb. (AP) A 35-year-old Kearney man has been given probation and possible jail time for setting fires at a Minden drugstore last year. Online court records say Aaron Stones was sentenced recently in Kearney County District Court. He was given four years of probation and 180 days in jail that can be suspended if follows the terms of his probation. He also was ordered to pay more than $2,200 in restitution. He’d pleaded guilty. The records say Stones set fires at the front windows and rear door of Pedley Drug on March 27. In January Stones was sentenced to four years of probation for setting fire to a pharmacy in Ravenna on March 25. He’d pleaded no contest to felony arson. No injuries were reported in either blaze.