A jury is convicting a suburban Philadelphia woman accused of burning down her neighbor's home last year because she blamed the detective who lived there for her son's arrest.
Friday's conviction on all 15 charges in Montgomery County court means Donna Krupp could face between 50 to 100 years in prison. A sentencing date wasn't set and Krupp remains in Montgomery County jail.
The 52-year-old Krupp was accused of setting fire to Ernie Morris' home last December. Ernie Morris is a Limerick Township police detective.
Krupp denied involvement. But prosecutors pointed to instances where she lied to investigators and surveillance footage showing a person setting fire to the Morris' artificial Christmas tree and fleeing toward Krupp's house.
The blaze destroyed the Morris' home while they were on vacation and killed their 18-year-old cat.