Tacoma house fire ruled arson


TACOMA, Wash. - A fire that damaged a Tacoma home late Saturday evening was intentionally set, fire investigators said.


The fire broke out at a home in the 6600 block of South Warner Street after 11:30 p.m.


Crews were dispatched to the location and when they arrived, fire and smoke were seen from the one-story, 600 sq. ft. house.


No one was inside of the home after crews did a search.


Firefighters extinguished the flames.


Fire officials ruled the fire as arson and the Tacoma Police Department will do a follow-up investigation.


The damages were estimated at $103,500 to the building and its contents.