Three days before he set Kiera Williams’ house on fire, James Carter called and threatened her: “If I can’t have you, nobody will.” Carter, 26, was found guilty March 30 of first-degree arson, burglary of a dwelling with $1,000 in damages or more and aggravated stalking. Judge Kevin Abdoney sentenced him Thursday to 20 years […]
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