Police say they wanted a 19-year-old woman after igniting and killing a man at her home in Texas


According to Houston police, a woman is being sought for an arson-related death of a man who was lit and killed at his home in Texas earlier this month.

A 19-year-old woman, Emma Presler, has been accused of murder in a fire on August 6, according to Houston police. Police say She set foot in a house in Montgomery County, about 25 miles north of Houston, pouring an unknown substance on the man and igniting it.

A man, Devin Graham, 33, was taken by helicopter to a nearby hospital and later died.

Another woman in the house, Carissa Lindros, 26, was also injured in the incident and was taken to the hospital by helicopter, police said.

Fire brigade extinguishes fire The flames of a double-decker house confused the garage of two cars and burned the outside of the black and white house.

Witnesses told police that Presler had taken off from the fire in a white four-door car. Police did not reveal the motive of the case, regardless of whether Presler knew the victim or what was the cause of the case.

Last year, Presler was accused of killing a 20-year-old woman in drive-by shooting. FOX26 Houston..Female Sierra Road was suffering Muscular dystrophy, This causes muscle weakness.

With the police Family at that time As a result of the September 2020 shooting, her 15-year-old brother said the attack could be related to the gang and Sierra was not the intended target of the shooting.

The charges against Presler were withdrawn after the judge determined that there was no good reason.

This article was originally published in USA TODAY: Houston police search for a teenage woman accused of igniting a man