In addition, the sheriff’s office arrested Marlon Coy, 54, of Boulder Creek the day after the fire started on suspicion of burglary and looting jewelry and a mountain bike from a Hidden Springs Lane home. “My house got burned down because some (expletive) was stealing my uncle’s muscle cars and I found him out,” Cabibi wrote.
19 after a shotgun blasted an occupied vehicle parked near a marijuana farm about a half-mile downhill from the fire’s origin. The resident of 475 Diane’s Way, Julia Cabibi, posted on Facebook that she believes the fire started intentionally.
One firefighter who fell from about 30 feet Tuesday remained hospitalized and may need surgery to repair cuts to his face, she said.
Another firefighter suffered second-degree burns to his hands early Wednesday and was being treated at a hospital, Bernheisel said.
Private roads in the burned area are open to “those with official business,” according to the report.