Since the Holy Fire ignited Monday in Orange County, Calif., the blaze ravaged more than 10,000 acres, destroyed at least 12 structures and forced more than 21,000 people to evacuate their homes by Thursday night. But amid all these grim and rising numbers , California's Department of Forestry and Fire Protection has listed just one cause: "human." Earlier this week law enforcement identified that human , arresting Forrest Gordon Clark on two counts of felony arson, one count of felony to terrorize and another count of misdemeanor resisting arrest. The 51-year-old Trabuco Canyon resident now faces the possibility of life in state prison. Holy Jim volunteer Fire Department Chief Mike Milligan, 71, explained why. "For us it's disappointing, because he...
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It's 'All Gonna Burn': As Holy Fire Rages, Authorities Find A Human Suspect