PG&E Could Face Major Consequences if Found to Have Violated Probation
SACRAMENTO -- Pacific Gas and Electric Company said it could have, in theory, violated its probation in a document it submitted to a federal judge Monday. But the utility company adds that depends on if the Camp Fire was started by it recklessly maintaining power lines. "It’s sort of like saying, 'Yeah, it was my gun found at the crime scene and, yes, it was my fingerprints on the gun,' but not really answering the question whether PG&E pulled the trigger," said attorney Mike Danko.