The cause of a house fire in Camdenton, in June, has now officially been ruled as “criminal.” That’s according to the Missouri State Fire’s Marshal’s Office which, as first reported by KRMS News, was identified in courthouse records calling the blaze at #40 Round Table Drive a likely arson fire. The fire caused significant damage and a vehicle matching the description of a vehicle leaving the scene shortly before the fire was discovered was pulled over several hours later. Two people in the car, who have not officially been named as being connected to the fire, were both arrested and charged with felony possession of a controlled substance along with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. The passenger was also charged at the time with tampering with evidence for, allegedly, eating a joint when she realized they were getting pulled over and the driver was also charged with driving revoked. While the fire has now officially been ruled as “criminal,” the State Fire Marshal’s Office also says the investigation continues.