A man who allegedly intentionally set a woman on fire while she slept on a Randolph Street porch in July was indicted on a murder charge.
Carl Tramane Magee, 34, is accused of setting fire to Rachel Jarrett as she slept on the porch of an abandoned house on Charleston’s West Side.
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However, the homeowners were able to stop him and chase him off before he set fire to the house.
Magee has been indicted on charges of murder, attempted murder, first-degree arson, burglary and fourth-degree arson. Randall Douglas Woods, 62, of Clendenin, also was indicted on a murder charge last week.