NEWALLA, Okla. – A man is being held on a first-degree arson complaint in connection to a mobile home fire where a woman was found dead.
Around 8:20 p.m. Monday, Norman and Little Axe firefighters were called to the mobile home in the 16400 block of Carnegies Circle, near Newalla, where they worked for hours to put out all the hot spots.
Officials said fire crews were working to extinguish the fire when they discovered the body inside the home.
A short time later, deputies found Cody Fish, 31, walking near the intersection of 156th Avenue and Indian Hills Road.
Deputies learned Fish had an outstanding warrant out of McClain County.
They later found out that Fish lived at mobile home with his wife.
Investigators believe Fish is responsible for the fire.
He is now facing charges of first-degree arson.
Detectives will continue to investigate the fire and the woman’s death.
Autopsy results are pending.