SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – A $13.5 billion settlement between victims of California’s catastrophic wildfires and the utility blamed for causing them was supposed to bring some peace and hope to people still reeling from the devastation. Instead, it has sparked confusion, resentment, suspicion and despair as the victims, government agencies and lawyers grapple for their piece of the settlement fund. Dissatisfaction with the deal sets the stage for a potential scrum as PG&E scrambles to emerge from a complex bankruptcy case. A judge heard arguments Wednesday on whether state and federal agencies can tap the fund for any of the $4 billion they spent responding to the wildfires. He didn’t rule right away.