According to police, jail nurse Shawn Winsor examined Jackson after the fire and discovered a lighter, The Bulletin reported.
Jackson had been arrested Sunday for allegedly refusing to pay for items at a convenience store in Madras, including a hot dog she ate, two beers she drank and a pack of cigarettes she opened while in the store, The Bulletin reported.
The clerk locked the door to prevent Jackson from leaving the store, the newspaper reported.
Jackson was booked into the Jefferson County Jail on charges of theft, trespassing, resisting arrest and interfering with an officer. The total cost of the items she's alleged to have stolen was $14.76, according to The Bulletin.
Charges of arson, criminal mischief and reckless endangering were added to Jackson’s indictment, the newspaper reported. She appeared in Jefferson County Circuit Court, where her bond was set at $50,000.