Omaha police arrested a woman for allegedly setting a house on fire, following an argument.
Firefighters were called to the home, near N 27th and Fort Streets, around one o'clock Saturday afternoon. According to police, three people were inside when the fire started. All of them escaped unharmed; however, one person had to jump from the roof of the front porch, after crawling out of a second story window.
Investigators believe the fire is the result of a fight. Tabitha Viktora allegedly broke several windows in the home and then threw a can of gasoline in. The gas vapors ignited as they spread throughout the house.
Viktora was booked for felony criminal mischief and arson.
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