A firefighting volunteer found guilty of lighting a bushfire in the Adelaide Hills
A firefighting volunteer found guilty of lighting a bushfire in the Adelaide Hills had information about how to make explosives stored on his computer, a court has heard.
It also heard that the arson attack had undermined public confidence in the work of firefighters.
Malcolm Kym Vawser, 57, lit a blaze at Clarendon in February last year, which was contained to a relatively small area.
During sentencing submissions in the Adelaide District Court, the prosecution said details about explosives were found on Vawser's computer.