A West Salem woman is headed to prison for starting a fire inside of an area church this past summer.  Shelli Williams was sentenced yesterday morning in Medina County Common Pleas Court, after pleading guilty to charges of arson and breaking and entering.  Williams broke into the Lodi Community Church on July 4th and set a fire in the church’s basement.  She was arrested the following day, after authorities were able to identify her by using the church’s surveillance video.  Williams, who was given a two-year sentence and ordered to pay restitution, apologized in court, saying she was high on drugs at the time she set the fire.