The two ranch workers accused of starting the Zaca Fire appeared in a Santa Maria courtroom on 9/20, but their arraignment was delayed until 10/15 to give the defendants more time to obtain counsel. Deputy D.A. Jerry Lulejian announced that he has added a fifth felony count-for causing great bodily injury to firefighter Joshua Lee-to the charges against Jose Cabrera, Santiago Cervantes, and the company owning the property where the fire started, which is owned by movie producer Charles Roven.
Zaca Fire Starters Delay Arraignment
Thursday, September 27, 2007
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