(Forrest Gordon Clark: Orange County Sheriff's Department)
The crazy man responsible for setting the Holy fire in the Cleveland National Forest Monday that has burned more than 4,000 acres and destroyed 13 homes has been arrested.
Forrest Gordon Clark, 51, was taken into custody at his house and transported Tuesday to the Orange County Intake Release Center and charged with one count of felony threat to terrorize, one misdemeanor count of resisting arrest and suspicion of two counts of arson.
Deputies arrived at Clark's cabin in the area where the fire burned Tuesday where they questioned him after it was released he sent an email warning "this place will burn".
Clark's cabin is the only one left standing out of the 14 cabins in his area where he has lived for 10 years.
Volunteer Fire Chief Mike Milligan said Clark ran through the community screaming last week and he received threatening emails.
“He has issues,” Milligan said. “I hope they get him.”
According to Milligan, Clark has had a decade-long feud with his neighbor and other cabin owners.
Neighbors also say he "acts erratic" and allegedly threatened firefighters with a sword while they were fighting Monday’s blaze.
At one point while deputies were trying to talk to him Tuesday, Clark stripped off his camouflage underwear and claimed he could read minds.
He has a court appearance scheduled for Thursday.