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Woman convicted of lesser charges in Saginaw arson, stabbing -

SAGINAW, MI — A jury has decided a woman did not intend to kill her ex-girlfriend's new girlfriend when she lit her northeast Saginaw house on fire and later stabbed her in the back. After deliberating for a total of about two hours, a jury of seven women and five men on Wednesday, July 22, convicted Catrice Jackson of four felonies for a Jan. Three of those convictions, however, were on charges lesser than those prosecutors had charged Jackson. Rather than convicting Jackson, 48, of two counts of assault with intent to murder, the jury convicted Jackson of two counts of assault with intent to commit great bodily harm less than murder. And instead of convicting Jackson of first-degree arson, the jurors convicted her of second-degree arson. The assault and arson charges Jackson initially faced carry maximum penalties of life in prison with the possibility of parole. Second-degree arson carries a 20-year maximum penalty, while the lesser assault charge carries a 10-year maximum penalty. With convictions on the arson charge and two assault charges, Jackson still likely is headed to prison. With their verdict, the jurors ultimately did not believe Jackson intended to kill Corrie Gibson when she threw a burning washcloth onto Gibson's bed while Gibson still was laying in it. The two women then fought down the stairs into the living... As Gibson tried to grab her phone to call 911, Jackson stabbed her in the back with a butcher knife that she obtained from the kitchen, Gibson said. To prove first-degree arson, prosecutors have to prove somebody suffered an injury directly from the fire. Assistant Prosecutor Joseph Albosta argued that injury was Gibson suffering smoke inhalation , but Jackson's attorney Rod O'Farrell challenged the extent of her injury. The jury acquitted Jackson of an additional count of first-degree home invasion, which also carries a 20-year maximum penalty. Jackson told the investigators she entered the house after her ex-girlfriend's children left for school that morning. In a written question to Judge Boes, the jurors wondered whether the fact that Jackson still was receiving mail at the home — she told the investigators she had grabbed some of her mail that morning, and Gibson testified to the same — meant she... Source:

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  • Woman convicted of lesser charges in Saginaw arson, stabbing

    07/23/15 ,via

    After deliberating for a total of about two hours, a jury of seven women and five men on Wednesday, July 22, convicted Catrice Jackson of four felonies for a Jan. 8 incident at 1328 Essling. Andy Hoag covers courts for MLive/The Saginaw News. Email

  • Detroit woman gets probation for interfering with victim of Saginaw arson ...

    07/21/15 ,via

    Jackson, 49, appeared before Boes in May and pleaded to interfering with Corrie Gibson on Jan. 29 after Gibson testified that Jackson's daughter-in-law, Catrice Jackson, stabbed her in the back as Jackson tried to burn down Gibson's northeast Saginaw 



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  • January trial date set for ex-BHC cop

    07/16/15 ,via Mohave Daily News

    The trial is expected to take five to six days. Superior Court Commissioner Billy Sipe Jr. set Hoag’s trial to begin Jan. 19 and a pre-trial hearing for Jan. 6. The judge also set a status hearing in the case for Sept. 9. Hoag, who recently moved to ...

  • Lea Michele Shoots 'Super Scary' Scene for 'Scream Queens'

    06/21/15 ,via Just Jared Jr.

    The 28-year-old actress was joined on set by Glen Powell and Jan Hoag. “So excited to be back on set at #ScreamQueens today! Shooting such a hilarious yet SUPER scary scene with @glenpowell let’s do this!” Lea teased on Twitter before shooting a ...

  • Lea Michele Teases 'Super Scary' Scene With Glen Powell For 'Scream Queens'

    06/21/15 ,via Just Jared

    Lea Michele shields her eyes from the bright sun as she heads to the set of Scream Queens on Friday afternoon (June 19) in New Orleans, La. The 28-year-old actress met up with Glen Powell and Jan Hoag as they filmed a bloody scene for the upcoming show.


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Jan Hoag, Actress: Faster. Jan Hoag was born on September 19, 1948 in Portland, Oregon, USA as Janet Vilhauer. She is an actress, known for Faster (2010), Wild (2014 ...

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