“The homeowner suspected their cousin did it,” Sorrow said. “They knew where they stayed and went over to the 18-year-old's house and found them.”
Police arrested the two teenagers at Williams’ home.
“It’s just not right in a lot of ways,” Sorrow said.
The 13-year-old is being held at the Gainesville Regional Youth Detention Center on a charge of burglary, Sorrow said.
Williams is being held without bond at the Clarke County jail on charges of burglary, obstruction and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Williams joins Phillip Scruggs, Elisa Davenport’s boyfriend, who is being held at the jail on charges of aggravated assault and first-degree arson.
Davenport was trying to end her relationship with Scruggs, 49, when he set her on fire, police said Scruggs also served two years after being convicted of stabbing her with a screwdriver, according to the Athens Banner-Herald.
On Thursday, doctors took some of the dead skin off Elisa Davenport’s burned body and began to prepare her for skin grafts, police said. She remains in a drug-induced coma.
Eric Davenport could not be reached for comment Friday.