CORRECTION: 6 News incorrectly represented the relationship between Williams and the family member. Williams was dating the uncle of the two boys who died.
INGHAM COUNTY, Mich. (WLNS) — A jury convicted a woman of multiple counts of murder and first-degree arson, stemming from a fire that took place in 2020.
The jury took less than two hours to find 23-year-old Abbieana Williams guilty on all six charges including three counts of homicide open murder and three counts of first-degree arson.
Williams is scheduled to be sentenced on June 8 and faces up to life in prison.
The fire happened in September 2020, killing 53-year-old Melissa Westen and her two grandsons, 8-year-old Aston Griffin and 4-year-old Jesse Kline.
Family members told 6 News that Williams was dating the uncle of the two boys.
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Police said Williams sent the uncle texts the night of the fire, indicating that she was at the home where the fire occurred.