“Mr. Miller said that he wanted his mother to breathe the smoke so that she would also die,” the warrant said.
The man’s mother told authorities she wasn’t aware her home was on fire until Cobb firefighters showed up and coaxed her out of the burning house. She also said “that she did not give Mr. Miller permission to burn her residence or damage her property,” according to the warrant.
Miller is charged with two counts of first-degree arson and remains held at the county jail without bond, records show.
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