A Pine Bluff woman was arrested Monday after an investigation into a fire involving a vehicle.


Detective Steven Rucker reported that security video showed Kymbreanna Henry, 21, setting a 2012 Suzuki Grand Vitara on fire while it was parked on a parking lot at 2200 Woodgate Drive.


Police and Fire and Emergency Services firefighters responded to the scene and Assistant Fire Marshall Lt. Randy Compton investigated the incident as a possible arson. He interviewed several people including Henry who reportedly said “she (the owner of the car) cost me $200, I’m going to cost her $20,000.”


According to Rucker’s affidavit, Henry thought that the owner of the car had stolen a wig belonging to Henry.


When questioned, she admitted to having walked through the parking lot where the vehicle was but when the security video was brought up, she asked for an attorney.


On Wednesday, Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $35,000 bond for Henry after ruling prosecutors have probable cause to charge her with arson. She was ordered to have no contact with the victim until the case is settled.