A man from Oakland, California, Casey Robert Goonan, 34, was arrested on Monday for allegedly firebombing a University of California Police Department (UCPD) car and other arson incidents on UC Berkeley’s campus.

Cal Fire officials confirmed Goonan’s arrest “in connection with the firebombing attack of a UC Berkeley Police Department vehicle” and three other arson-related incidents, as reported by the Berkeley Scanner. He faces several felony charges, including “the possession and use of destructive devices and multiple counts of arson.”

In early June, an unknown author published a post on Abolition Media claiming responsibility for placing an “incendiary device” under a “UC Berkeley police vehicle,” in retaliation against UCPD and in solidarity with students allegedly attacked by police and other groups.

Another anonymous user, “student intifada,” wrote on the San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center website, claiming responsibility for firebombing Koshland Hall. They stated the act was in response to the UC system’s treatment of student protesters.

On June 16, a further post on the same website mentioned additional incidents, including the “successful looting of a UCB supply building,” the “experimental burning of dry grass hills,” and arson at a construction site.

The UCPD Berkeley tweeted on Sunday about a fire at the Dwinelle Annex Construction Site.

Goonan is currently held at Santa Rita Jail with bail set at $1 million and is scheduled for arraignment on Thursday.