A suspect has been indicted in the 2005 death of a man at his Columbus home.
Earlier this week, one suspect admitted to being involved in Charlie Calloway's death in 2005.
The pain of not knowing who killed Calloway stuck with his family for seven years.
Now, police are connecting Shane Albert with the crime.
Calloway died in a fire in 2005. Detectives initaially believed Calloway accidentally set himself on fire while smoking, but the investigation has changed.
“There's no way that I believed it was accidental,” said Calloway’s daughter, who did not want to be identified for fear of her safety.
“He'd do anything for anybody and he did not deserve to die like that,” she said.
Prosecutors said Calloway was doused in gasoline and set on fire, then died a day later from the burns.
Last week, Ullman Taylor pled guilty to involuntary manslaughter and aggravated arson in the crime.
“Ullman Taylor lit a small piece of paper in an effort to intimidate him. He dropped the paper and Mr. Calloway went up in flames,” said James Lowe, an assistant prosecutor assigned to the case.
Now, police have issued a warrant for another man, Shane Albert, in connection to this case.
“It took seven years, but I'm glad it’s coming to an end,” said Calloway’s daughter.
She wants anyone who helped kill her father behind bars.
“I hope they find him. I do, because whoever did this to him deserves to be caught. Nobody deserves to die like that.”
Court records show Shane Albert has a lengthy criminal history, including drug abuse, drug trafficking, domestic violence and disorderly conduct.
There is a warrant out for his arrest.
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