McGlover also faces a life sentence if convicted.
Two firefighters were treated for heat-related injuries Monday. In 2012, the news report said, Mary Masayo Clark was granted a temporary restraining order against her son, a man named Forrest Clark, whose birth date is the same as the man arrested in connection with the fire.
Mike Milligan, the local volunteer fire chief who owns a cabin near Clark's, told The Orange County Register that Clark had long-running feuds with neighbors in the area. "We continue to actively engage, but can not get ahead of the fire", it said.
He said a line of fire retardant dropped on the hill above his house has so far checked the fire's advance, along with helicopter water drops.
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In a display of freaky behavior on Tuesday, Clark stripped naked as police questioned him about the fire. Cal Fire crews are helping federal firefighters put out flames in national forests and one that has reached Yosemite National Park, prompting its closure at the height of tourist season. Later came an expletive-laden text that ended with the ominous warning: "The place is going to burn just like you planned".
His court hearing was supposed to be on Thursday, but he refused to leave his jail cell.
According to WGN9, Clark told a cameraman he was asleep when the fire started. The two departments have been working to better coordinate their firefighting activities, a bureaucratic challenge in a state like California, where various federal agencies manage more than 46 million acres of land across the state.
Last September, smoke from other deadly and destructive California wildfires floated across the US via the jet stream. "If you don't do something he's going to kill somebody or burn something down", he wrote in an email about Clark.
Two firefighters were injured and 119 homes destroyed by that fire, which now ranks as the largest fire on record in the state.
"This is a monster", said Todd Spencer of the Orange County Fire Authority Board, "who would go out with low humidity and high wind in the highest heat temperatures this time of the year and intentionally set the forest on fire?"
The fire is burning through steep, mountainous terrain filled with dried-out shrubs that are ideal fuel for the blaze.