Bradley Bunn, 55, pleaded guilty on Thursday to possessing pipe bombs after the FBI searched his Loveland home last May. Bunn is charged with one count of making destructive devices and four counts of possessing destructive devices.
Each count carries a maximum of 10 years in prison, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Colorado.
Federal agents found four explosive devices inside Bunn’s home. Officials described each device as a galvanized steel pipe with end caps and a fuse.
FBI bomb technicians determined that the four devices contained explosive materials. Agents also found bomb-making materials inside Bunn’s home, including more steel pipes, primers, fuses and bottles of smokeless powder.
Source: CBS Denver News