FOX13, TACOMA, WA. - Police arrested a man accused of six arsons in Tacoma who told investigators he started the fires because he was bored and thought it would be "cool and fun." One of the fires occurred at a Tacoma school outbuilding next to St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School, near 12th Street and South Jackson Avenue. Crews initially had to evacuate the building. Cameron Prater was booked into jail on two counts of first-degree arson and four counts of second-degree arson. According to probable cause documents, the 20-year-old confessed to setting the six fires which happened between Oct. 23 and 25. Detectives asked him why he set a church on fire. According to court documents, Prater told investigators that he had heard about other people lighting fires said he was bored and thought it would be "cool and fun."