A Rosepine woman is charged with setting fire to a shop that housed live ammunition, causing it to it to discharge as the building burned.

According to a Vernon Parish Sheriff’s Office news release, the fire call was received shortly before 10 p.m. Friday, July 8.

The caller indicated that there was live ammunition inside the shop and the heat of the fire was causing the ammunition to discharge.

Deputies and Detectives with the Vernon Parish Sheriff’s Office and Officers from the Rosepine Police Department responded to Providence Road where they located a shop-type structure engulfed in flames.

Fire department personnel arrived at the location and were able to extinguish the fire.

The Louisiana Office of State Fire Marshal determined the fire was a case of arson.

After further investigation, Stacie Jackson Ramirez, 44, was arrested in the early morning hours of July 9 and charged with one count of Simple Arson

She posted $10,000 bond and was released from the parish jail on Monday.

The Sheriff’s Office release said nothing about any motive in the alleged arson.

Personnel with the Rosepine Fire Department, Marlow Fire Department, Cravens Fire Department, Pitkin Fire Department, and Sandy Hill Fire Department responded to the blaze.

No injuries were reported.