Last December in Oakland, a deadly fire destroyed Ghost Ship, a DIY art space and killed 36 people. Now, the two tenants of the building - Derick Almena and the sites creative director Max Harris - were arrested in connection to the fire and have been charged with 36 counts of manslaughter.

According to court documents from Alameda County DA investigator Cristina Harbison, Almena was held responsible as he "substantially increased the risk to those living, working or visiting the building by storing enormous amounts of flammable material inside the warehouse. Residents reported that if they put anything in their individual living spaces that did not conform to Almena’s idea as to how the warehouse should look, he would order it to be removed."

Harris, on the other hand, physically blocked a key exit, which "effectively reduced the upstairs guests to a single point of escape." Almena is being held with bail set at $1 million.