KTRK reports witnesses recalled the woman making an alarming remark just after the fire started.
"We're going to see Jesus", the woman reportedly told her children, according to Houston Police Department Lt. Larry Crowson. According to police, witnesses reported seeing the mother trying to set the auto on fire at a vehicle wash in the 4300 block of W. Orem around 10 p.m. Sunday. Witnesses said the mother fell while attempting to flee, KHOU reported.
Witnesses intervened and rescued the woman's three daughters, ages 9, 11 and 13. She tried to run away, but tripped and officers arrested her after a short struggle, police said.
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She left on foot with the children but was later detained by a Harris County deputy constable. They said the mother, that finally was located by police and shot in custody, tried minding the 9-year-old towards a bayou, " KHOU documented.
Police did not say where the children have been placed after their experience.
The Houston Fire Department arson unit is conducting an investigation on West Orem Drive near Quention Drive in southwest Houston.