SONORA (CBS13) — A man was arrested after lighting a church on fire on Saturday in Sonora, said the Tuolumne County Sheriff.

On Saturday around 8 p.m. deputies responded to the Journey Church in Sonora to reports of a fire. Cal Fire responded as well to the church being fully engulfed in flame.

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On Sunday morning around 12:30 p.m., Cal Fire requested deputies back at the church for reports of a male subject who had entered the fire scene and was refusing to leave.

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Deputies arrived and detained 23-year-old Brennan Debisschop who was believed to have started the fire.

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Deputies transported Debisschop to jail where he was booked by Cal Fire at the Dambacher Detention Center on charges of arson and burglary.