A 33-year-old man was set on fire in the Kingwood area, Houston, and a 19-year-old woman has been charged with murder in connection with the incident. Houston police are yet to arrest the teenager.

Police have made it public that they are looking for Emma Presler in connection with the Aug. 6 incident in which Devin Graham was killed.

She is also wanted in the assault of a woman.

On the night of the incident, firefighters reached the scene and found that Graham and his girlfriend Karissa Lindros were able to get out of the house. Lindros and Graham were severely burnt and taken to a hospital. While he was being treated at the hospital, Graham told cops that Presler entered the house, poured an unknown substance on him and set him on fire, ABC13 reported.

Days after the fire, he died due to his injuries. Lindros, on the other hand, is still hospitalized. According to witnesses, Presler was seen leaving the house in a white sedan after the incident.

Sharing an update on Lindros' treatment, her family said that she has gone through several surgeries as part of her recovery process, and she still has more to go.

Lisa Sherlock, aunt of Lindros, said, "Devin has three children who will now have to grow up without a father." She said that Lindros is fighting to come back to her family. Sherlock added that her niece and Graham did not deserve this, and has requested people who know where the suspect is, to come forward with information.

This isn't the first time that Presler has been charged with murder. Last September, she was charged with the crime after a 20-year-old was fatally shot. Krystalee Rhodd, whose daughter, Sierra, was shot and killed in her bed, said that she wakes up and thinks about it, and that she still has nightmares.

A judge found no probable cause, so charges against Presler were dropped. Rhodd still blames Presler for her daughter's death, and said that she thought it was definitely a failure of the system. She thinks that they all need to be behind bars for it, including Presler.

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