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Woman sentenced for setting home on fire

LAWTON, Okla._A Lawton woman who set her boyfriend's parents' home on fire has learned how much time she will spend behind bars.

Ariel Ahhaitty, 24, was sentenced to 15 years in prison on a count of first-degree arson. She had pleaded guilty to the crime in May. Investigators say Ahhaitty set fire to the house on Northwest 53rd Street and Ash Avenue in October 2014 after her boyfriend's parents kicked her out.

Fire investigators found her across the street covered in soot.

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