The man accused of starting the Clover Fire has entered a not guilty plea. 29-year-old Zane Peterson, a Happy Valley resident, appeared in court for his arraignment Wednesday. The Clover Fire started from two ignition points along Clear Creek a little after Noon on September 9th. The blaze ripped through 8-Thousand-73 Acres and destroyed 68 homes, 40 percent of them uninsured. It also caused the death of 56-year-old Brian Stanley Henry, whose badly burned body was found the night of September 10th. Peterson faces more than 200 counts, including murder. He could eventually be sentenced to 35 years to life in prison plus an additional 90 years. More evidence will be presented at the preliminary hearing, set for January 2nd.