Richmond Woman Set On Fire Dies From Wounds

January 9, 2008

(AP) Officials say a 33-year-old woman who was set on fire on New Year's Eve in Richmond has died.

Police say Angela Squire died Wednesday. She was found in a motel room early on the morning of December 31. She had third-degree burns over 70% of her body.

Police initially charged 40-year-old Stacey A. Carter with aggravated malicious wounding for allegedly torching his former girlfriend. Now police say that charge will be upgraded to murder.

Squire is Richmond's first homicide victim of 2008.

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