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DAVISVILLE, W.Va. (AP) – A 16-year-old West Virginia girl accused of intentionally setting a fire that killed two family members has been charged as an adult.

News outlets report an indictment was unsealed Thursday stating Madison Wine is being charged as an adult with murder, attempted murder, arson and cruelty to animals. It’s unclear if any animals were harmed or killed in the fire.

State Fire Marshal’s Chief Deputy Jason Baltic previously said the May fire killed Robert and Charolette Taylor and injured a 6-year-old.
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According to the state fire marshals office, the victims were Wine’s adoptive parents, with Charolette Taylor being her biological grandmother.

A 6-year old was also injured in the fire, suffering from smoke inhalation. Emergency personnel was able to revive the child after she was not breathing at the scene.

Both murder charges carry a potential sentence of life in prison. Other charges in the indictment include first-degree arson, attempted murder in relation to the child surviving and cruelty to animals, due to the dogs that died in the fire.

 

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