A woman who was one of five people charged in a deadly Indianapolis house explosion is set for sentencing.
Fifty-one-year-old Monserrate Shirley will be sentenced during a two-day hearing that begins Monday. Her house was destroyed in a November 2012 natural gas explosion that killed a couple who lived next door and damaged or destroyed more than 80 homes.
Prosecutors say the home was destroyed in a scheme to collect $300,000 in insurance.
Shirley pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy to commit arson and agreed to testify against her ex-boyfriend, his half-brother and two others.
She faces between a minimum 20-year suspended sentence with probation to a maximum 50-year prison term.
Three other people have already been sentenced. The last of the five defendants will be sentenced Dec. 28.