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AUSTIN, Minn. (KTTC) The complaint indicates Wigham was having arguments with other people who were living at 304 11th Avenue Southwest. According to the complaint, Wigham had indicated he would try to kill the other residents but wasn’t taken seriously. It goes on to say Wigham poured paint thinner around various parts of the house prior to the incident.The complaint adds that the Fire Marshall stated the fire was started by use of an accelerant in parts of the house. The Fire Marshall believed the fire had been burning for up to an hour before it was reported.Bail has been set at $1,000,000.PREVIOUS STORY: A man is charged with first degree arson after a house fire in Austin.According to jail records, the man’s name is Darrell Wigham. KTTC’s crew on scene interviewed Wigham earlier Wednesday morning, who claimed he was a witness to the commotion.”Now all three suspects are saying it was me,” says Wigham, “Nobody was here when I left!
I was on my way to Albert Lea.”At this point, interviews have been conducted. It does appear the fire is suspicious in nature and this is an ongoing investigation at this time,” says Chief Brian Krueger of the Austin Police Department. Wednesday along the 300 block of 11th Avenue Southwest. The fire caused the roof to cave in and the home is now considered a total loss. Fire officials say the house is a total loss.Fire officials say when they arrived on the scene, police were helping some people get off the roof.”They just said ‘the house is on fire,’ ” recalls witness Darrell Wigham, talking about speaking on the phone with friends today. He said he couldn’t believe when he was told the house was burning down. He was on his way to Albert Lea when he got the news.The State Fire Marshall’s Office is investigating the cause of the blaze. Law enforcement officials say police won’t be releasing information on any arrests for now.UPDATE: Implosion of iconic bridge in Sabula, Jackson CountyVIDEO: Sabula bridge in Jackson County demolitionUpdated: Friday, March 9 2018 7:12 PM EST2018 03 10 00:12:38 GMTA long standing bridge in eastern Iowa comes crashing down during a demolition.A long standing bridge in eastern Iowa comes crashing down during a demolition.SIGNS OF SPRING: Birds flock back to the area as ice meltsSIGNS OF SPRING: Birds flock back to the area as ice meltsUpdated: Friday, March 9 2018 6:20 PM EST2018 03 09 23:20:48 GMT