WESTMINSTER, Md. (AP) — An early morning lightning strike caused a fire that destroyed a house and also led to the arrest of one of the occupants for an unrelated charge.

The Carroll County Times reports 57-year-old Norma Jean Lemley was arrested on an outstanding Pennsylvania warrant for failure to appear in court after authorities responded to the house fire Monday.

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According to the Office of the State Fire Marshal, lightning struck the roof of the two-story house on Louisville Road, starting a fire in the attic that caused more than $150,000 in damage.

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The fire marshal’s office says it took 50 firefighters from seven agencies about 90 minutes to control the blaze.

Lemley and another occupant, Marshall Grove, were displaced as a result of the damage.

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