Sharapov, after his release from prison, lived with his parents in the country. One evening, Sharapov went to the garden site of Lyalin and tried to steal the CD player, but was spotted by the owner, beaten and driven away. In order to kill Lyalin, Sharapov, being drunk, returned to the garden at night and, making sure that Lyalin was sleeping, doused gasoline on the door of the house and set fire to it. The house and its property were destroyed by fire, and Lyalin, who received severe burns, was cured in the hospital for three months.
Give a criminal law characterization of Sharapov’s actions.
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