Montgomery, Al. (WSFA) -- Jo Ann Currie is just one person affected by a string of arsons that took place between 2005 and 2006.
"It's hard to believe that anybody would just burn a person's house, just for the fun of it," Currie said.
In 2007, authorities arrested Jason Green, one of the men accused of burning Currie's home and stealing a camera, along with five other counts.
Friday, a jury in the Montgomery County Circuit Court convicted Green on one count of theft and three counts of arson.
"We respect the jury's decision. We thought we had a good case, and we're very pleased by the verdict," explained Scott Green, a Deputy District Attorney.
Only four of the seven counts stuck. That's something that has defense attorneys questioning the jury's decision.
"It seems like the jury was just compromising, [saying] we'll let him go on these [counts], and convict him on these [counts]," explained Susan James, Green's Attorney.
Still, the conviction brings a sigh of relief for the arson victims.
"If he's really guilty, I hope that he serves some time," Currie said.
Right now, Green is out on $40,000 bond while he awaits his sentence.