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Canandaigua woman found guilty in arson trial get four to 12 years

Created: 08/13/2014 11:36 AM WHEC.com

A Canandaigua woman has been found guilty of setting a house she owned on fire to collect insurance money. This story comes to us from our news partners at the Messenger Post.

Shallamar Hayward-Crawford, 22, was sentenced immediately after the verdict. She will spend the next four to 12 years behind bars. Hayward-Crawford burned down a home on Saltonstall Street last December.

Her husband was convicted last month. He will be sentenced on September 25.

A friend pleaded guilty in connection with the fire and will also be sentenced next month.
 

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