Ocmulgee National Monument fire ruled arson

A 154-year-old house that survived a Civil War raid was nearly destroyed in an arson early Wednesday at the Ocmulgee National Monument.

Macon police arrested a man with cuts on his hands who was watching the commotion as crews battled the blaze.
Just before 3:40 a.m., a fire alarm alerted firefighters, who arrived to find the back side of the superintendent’s house on fire near the entrance to the park.

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