UPDATE, Friday, Oct. 27: A Mascot man is charged with arson after authorities say he lit a t-shirt on fire that later ignited a house fire after an argument with his stepbrother.
Rural Metro Fire officials responded to a fire at the mobile home Bruner shares with his stepbrother on Hudson Road around 8:45 p.m. Wednesday.
Officials said Bruner was initially unaccounted for after the fire.
Records show Gregory Allen Bruner was arrested Thursday. Bruner's stepbrother told officials they were arguing when Bruner said he was going to burn the house down.
Records show Bruner admitted to officials in a interview that after the argument, he went into a bedroom and lit a t-shirt on fire with a cigarette lighter in order to throw it at his stepbrother.
Officials said the burning shirt ignited the bedroom, and then Bruner left the house without calling for help with the fire.
He is being held on a $20,000 bond. He is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on Nov. 7.
ORIGINAL STORY: A reported argument between two brothers led to a house fire in Mascot, according to Rural Metro Fire.
Rural Metro said the fire in the 3300 block of Hudson Road started around 9 p.m. Wednesday. The home was destroyed in the flames.
A Rural Metro spokesperson said no one was injured, but one of the brothers is unaccounted for.
Fire investigators are on the scene.