"We have close to 600 personnel on the fire right now as we speak, we have zero containment as this point," the incident commander, Rich Nieto, said Tuesday.
A judge signed the agreement after a three-year legal battle challenging the state's so-called bathroom bill, known as H.B.2, and the law that replaced it.
When Florencio Millan-Vazquez refused to leave his vehicle unless U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers showed him papers, they smashed his window.
The retired baseball great was taken into custody six weeks ago and charged with cocaine possession.
A bystander's video of the fight went viral after it was posted on YouTube.