Albany Man Convicted For Setting Woman Ablaze In Murder Attempt!
A 40-year-old man from Albany, Houston Ketter III, was recently convicted for a horrific crime where he set a woman ablaze. The conviction came on a Monday, although the atrocious act dates back to November of the previous year, around the vicinity of Bradford and Robin Streets in Albany.
The charges against Ketter III were quite severe, encompassing first-degree m*rder, attempted m*rder, and two counts of assault as outlined by the Albany County District Attorney’s Office.
It seems this wasn’t an isolated incident of violent brutality by Ketter III; another woman suffered severe burns, expanding the charges to include felony assault.
This trial culminated with the jury finding Houston Ketter III guilty of attempted m*rder in both the first and second degree, alongside two counts of first-degree assault.
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The case not only exposes a brutal act of violence but also highlights the legal ramifications awaiting such heinous crimes. The conviction of Houston Ketter III serves as a precedent in enforcing the law and ensuring justice for the victims involved.
Ketter was remanded without bail and is scheduled to appear in court on December 19, 2023, at 2:00 p.m. for sentencing.