Forrest Gordon Clark: Full Story Of Holy Fire Suspect

Forrest Gordon Clark was taken into police custody on Wednesday, Aug. 8, in connection to the 4,100-acre wildfire burning in the Cleveland National Forest in California. The 51-year-old was detained after reports from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department reported that a suspect was in their custody at the Orange County Intake Release Center. Clark is scheduled to appear in court on Thursday, according to jail records.
Clark owns a cabin in the area where the fire has been burning, according to The Orange County Register.
Clark reportedly sent an email that warned: “this place will burn.” Volunteer Fire Chief Mike Milligan says that he has received threatening emails from Clark last week. “He has issues,” Milligan said. “I hope they get him.”
The Orange County Sheriff’s Department would not immediately confirm what involvement Clark had in the fire or the exact connection he has to the blaze.
The fire, which grew to more than 4,100 acres, has been less than five-percent contained as of Wednesday morning. According to NBC 4, “About 600 firefighters were called in to try to encircle the blaze, with the USFS taking the lead, aided by personnel from Cal Fire, Corona, the OCFA and other agencies.”

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