SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – One person has been cited with arson for the wildfire that burned in Summit County between the landfill and shooting range over the weekend.

Bryson Jones, 31, was cited for fourth degree arson and for a violation of shooting range rules in the “Frey Gulch Fire.”

The fire was 100 percent contained on Sunday evening.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

“Yesterday, our hard-working fire crews successfully put hand and saw line around the perimeter of the fire and snuffed out smokes in the fire interior,” stated Bill Jackson, District Ranger, in a statement. “Crews remaining on the fire today will focus efforts on identifying hot spots and mopping up these areas with dirt and water. After mop-up and fireline rehabilitation is complete our local crews will continue to monitor the affected area until a season-ending moisture event happens and the fire can be declared officially out.”

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  1. Robert Gift, EMT says:

    What did Bryson Jones, 31, do that they claim started the fire?

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