UPDATE – A Georgia teenager has been charged with malice murder and felony murder. His 10-year-old sister was found dead after a fire in their family’s home early Sunday in Loganville, east of Atlanta.

Investigators believe the fire might have been set intentionally.

They did not immediately release the girl’s name, but said she was trapped in room without window access.

Her 15-year-old brother was taken into custody Sunday afternoon.

Police did not immediately release the teen’s name but said he is charged with malice murder and felony murder.

Two adults and five children had been living in the home.

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LOGANVILLE, Ga. (AP) – A 10-year-old Georgia girl has died in a house fire. Investigators say it happened early Sunday in Loganville, east of Atlanta. They believe it might be arson.

They did not immediately release the girl’s name, but said she was trapped in room without window access.

Two adults and five children had been living in the one-story home.

Gwinnett County police are investigating the death as a homicide.

One of the girl’s siblings was taken into custody later Sunday.

Charges against the juvenile were not immediately announced.

Two pet dogs survived the fire, but two cats died.