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PHOENIX, Ariz. -- The two cousins charged with starting Arizona's largest wildfire are set to face a judge Monday.
Prosecutors say David and Caleb Malboeuf left a campfire unattended that eventually grew into the Wallow wildfire.
Flames burned more than a half million acres in eastern Arizona. Dozens of homes were also destroyed.
According to court documents, the cousins said they were camping then left to go for a hike.
The two cousins are from Sourthern Arizona. David Wayne Malboeuf, 24, is from Tucson and Caleb Joshua Malboeuf, 26, is from Benson.