Two women involved in an arson-for-profit scheme in Youngstown have learned their fates in court on Monday.

Court employees tell 21 News that both Patricia Floyd (left) and Kyrene Rodriguez (Right) were both sentenced to one year of community control for their respective roles in the scheme.

Floyd was charged with multiple felony counts of theft, insurance fraud and complicity to insurance fraud, as well as one felony count each of tampering with records and complicity to vandalism.

Meanwhile, Rodriguez was charged with one count each of theft, insurance fraud and complicity to insurance fraud.

Both parties pled guilty to these amended charges on Monday.

According to the Ohio Attorney General's Office, Floyd, who is described as the ringleader of the operation, arranged to have her Atkinson Avenue home torched back in 2016 and collected $260,236 in insurance claims from the fire.

During the investigation, authorities found a tractor that was reported as stolen from Ashtabula County. The owner of that tractor, Heather Kellar collected $30,000 in insurance claims from that incident.

Authorities say this too was a setup to claim insurance funds.

Investigators say Rodriguez took part in a planned arson at Kellar's home in Lordstown in order for her to collect insurance money. She was also involved in fires at Floyd's property, as well as a fire at another Atkinson Road property owned by her husband.

Rodriguez collected $336,577 from an insurance company.