Canen said after her release Friday that since her 2004 arrest, she hadn't seen her now 10-year-old grandson, her daughter and other relatives. Now free, she said even car exhaust smelled "good."
She told WSBT-TV she had nothing to do with Sailor's killing.
"That's what's hard to think (is) that people would think I'm that kind of a monster that would do that to a 94-year-old blind woman," Canen said.
Chapman, who admitted that his fingerprint test results were wrong, was disciplined and still works at the sheriff's department.