Well I didn't see this coming: Potential accused child murderer Tami Joy Huntsman, arrested Monday in Northern California in connection to the abuse of a nine-year-old girl and the deaths of her two siblings, is the sister of 38-year-old Wayne Allen Huntsman, the man believed to have singlehandedly started the King Fire in September 2014, which burned over 120 square miles in El Dorado County.

As KSBW in Santa Cruz reports, he's currently in jail and was indicted last December, and the El Dorado County DA said Huntsman had "willfully and maliciously" caused the fire, and it later came out that he had broken into a nearby home in Pollock Pines to call 911 and report the fire.

The Sacramento Bee reported at the time that Huntsman had a criminal history which included charges of "assault with a deadly weapon, theft, vehicle theft and receiving stolen property."

Tami Huntsman was actually interviewed by news crews in Salinas last year after her brother's arrest, and as KSBW reports, she requested that her face not be shown on camera. At the time she was going by the name Tami Criswell. Her Salinas home had reportedly been investigated earlier this year by Social Services for general neglect, and her own 12-year-old twins had reportedly been removed from the home at some point by Child Protective Services.

Her exact relation to the abused 9-year-old girl and her 3- and 5-year-old siblings remains unclear. At this time, Huntsman and her 17-year-old boyfriend Gonzalo Curiel are in jail in Plumas County on charges of felony child abuse, torture, and mayhem, and murder charges are still pending further investigation.

According to her Facebook profile, Tami Huntsman also has a 21-year-old child who was born in 1994. And, ironically, her occupation shown on the site is "being the best mom I can be."

Meanwhile, CNN now has footage of the Redding, California storage unit complex where the children's bodies were found.

Previously: Two Arrested In Connection With The Murder Of Two Toddlers Found In Northern California Storage Locker