May 27th, 2013
PORTLAND, Ore. — An Oregon teenager intended to blow up his school in a plot “forged and inspired by the model of the Columbine shootings” and he will be charged with attempted aggravated murder, a prosecutor said late Saturday. … Haroldson said Acord had written plans, a checklist and a specific timeline for the attack. Read more…
Our run up to this story:
Over 5 US White Males Caught With Bombs and IED’s Within Month of Boston Bombing
NewsRescue- Mykyta Panasenko, Buford Rogers, Kyle G. Druckemiller, Joshua Prater, Bryce Reed and an unnamed man at a California buyback were all arrested, fortunately, in different states in the US for possession of lethal bombs and IED’s in the week to and weeks since the April 15th Boston marathon bombing that claimed 3 lives and injured hundreds.
Mykyta Panasenko, 27, was arrested April 5th, a week to the Boston bombing in New Jersey en route New York. Myaka, a Rutgers student was found to be in possession of two homemade explosives on an NJ Transit train. More devices were found in his home, His arrest was quiet and the media only discovered during his charging in court. He had two destructive devices, specifically improvised explosive devices (IEDs) constructed from a cylinder containing Pyrodex (black powder).
May 2nd, Washingtonpost: The evening of April 12, the father of a 19 year old girl Kyle G. Druckemiller was dating, got suspicious of him and went into his daughter’s bedroom and looked through Druckemiller’s duffel bag, according the affidavit. The man found what appeared to be two pipe bombs and called police. the explosive devices weer made out of fireworks materials and the other out of the heads of matches, according to charging documents.
May 3, according to Foxnews: Buford Rogers, 24, of Montevideo, was arrested May 3rd after authorities searched his home and found guns and explosive devices, according to an FBI news release. The Associated Press reports Molotov cocktails, suspected pipe bombs and a Romanian AKM assault rifle were among the weapons found. An affidavit said Rogers admitted firing the weapon at a gun range in Granite Falls.