CENTRALIA CHRONICLE - A man accused of starting a fire to a Centralia home while a person was inside reportedly told his mother he had set the house on fire, but denied wrongdoing to authorities. Julian B. McIntosh, 26, of White City, Oregon, was charged with first-degree arson Tuesday in Lewis County Superior Court. McIntosh has a White City, Oregon address listed as his permanent address but said in court he lives in Centralia on the property where the fire occurred. At McIntosh's preliminary appearance Tuesday Superior Court Judge James Lawler set bail at $100,000 and issued a no-contact order with the witnesses of the case. McIntosh's attorney for the day, Rachael Tiller, said on behalf of the defendant that he denies any wrongdoing and asked the court to consider unsecured bail.  Click here to read the full story.