A fire broke out in a student residence hall Saturday evening and the cause is currently under investigation by the local police and fire department. This blaze was unusual however, in that this was the second fire this semester that went unannounced in any emergency broadcast or email, with the first fire occurring in the chemistry building.
Several witnesses have reported to have seen a seawolf in heavy makeup at the scene of the fire shortly before part of the building was ablaze, which prompted the University Police to take Wolfie into custody.
In response to his arrest, Wolfie accused the police officers of racial profiling as it could have been any other seawolf on campus at the scene, and that other non-seawolves were most likely there as well.
Detectives gave a preliminary report that they suspect Wolfie may have taken out an insurance policy earlier on the residence hall and chemistry building prior, only to commit arson and collect a cash payout from the insurers. Before he was taken away in the police cruiser, Wolfie denied these claims stating, "It's not about money, it's about sending a message: everything burns!"