A Fairfield woman will not serve any more jail time for the deaths of her three young children and niece in an apartment fire in 2010, a judge ruled Friday.
Shetarra James of Fairfield was found guilty on four counts of involuntary manslaughter and four counts of felony child endangerment in the fire deaths of her three young children and niece.
Jurors are weighing the fate of Shetarra James, a 25-year-old Fairfield woman charged with second-degree murder and felony child endangerment in the deaths of four young, unsupervised children in an April 2010 apartment fire.
The Solano County District Attorney’s Office has dismissed four involuntary manslaughter charges against one of two mothers whose children perished in a Fairfield apartment fire last year.
Two Fairfield mothers will stand trial for the deaths of their four young children, who were killed in a fire at their apartment in April.
Two mothers whose four children died in a fire in Fairfield last April gave different accounts of what happened that day, a Fairfield police sergeant testified Tuesday morning at a preliminary hearing in Solano County Superior Court.
A second report about the origin of a Fairfield fire that killed four children delayed a preliminary hearing for the victims’ mothers Friday in Solano County Superior Court.
Six Fairfield police officers were honored Wednesday afternoon for their attempts to save four young children who died in a residential fire in April.