Homeless Man claims Woman set him on Fire

| August 7, 2015

Warner Robins

WARNER ROBINS — A Warner Robins woman has been accused of setting a homeless man on fire.

The Macon Telegraph reports that James D. Williams, 47, was found badly burned on his head, face and chest on Monday.

According to an arrest report from the Telegraph on Thursday, Williams told a police officer he was set on fire by Barbara A. Johnson, 53, a cashier at a fast-food restaurant. The report identifies Williams as being homeless.

Johnson was charged with aggravated battery in the incident. She was being held without bond at the Houston County jail.


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