Arsonist Indicted

The woman suspected of trying to burn down a local elementary school could now face life in prison if convicted.

Nada Musa has officially been indicted in Randall County for arson.

According to Randall County District Attorney James Farren, Musa is believed to have set fires outside of Lamar Elementary School and inside the main office.

As people worked to put out the fires, some were allegedly injured. Because of these possible injures Musa may face a first degree felony which carries a possible punishment of five to 99 years or life in prison.