According to Sheriff Robert M. Maciol, on 01/31/2018 at approximately 1:45 AMOneida County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to Martin Court in the Town of Annsville to assist the Taberg Fire Department with a possible structure fire of a mobile home. After an investigation by sheriff’s deputies, the Forensic Identification Unit and the Criminal Investigation Unit, it was determined that Nena J. Loveland, a 26 year old female and resident at the mobile home was responsible for intentionally starting a fire while other occupants were still inside of the residence sleeping. The other residents woke up to the sound of their smoke detectors and were able to subdue the fire creating minimal damage to their home. One resident sustained burn injuries while attempting to put out the fire and was transported by ambulance to Rome Memorial Hospital for treatment. None of the injuries appear to be life threatening. Loveland was located and apprehended a short distance away from the fire by a responding deputy. Loveland was charged with one count of attempted arson in the second degree, a class C Felony. Loveland is currently being held at the Oneida County Jail and awaiting arraignment at the Oneida County CAP court.