Crime Colorado police station bomb suspect to plead guilty

12:31  18 july  2017
12:31  18 july  2017 Source:   Associated Press

Thousands evacuated in Poland after WWII bomb found

  Thousands evacuated in Poland after WWII bomb found Authorities in Bialystok, Poland, evacuated about 10,000 people from their homes Sunday morning after a 500-kilogramme (1,100-pound) World War II-era bomb was found during construction work. Residents on about 60 streets in the northeastern city near the Belarus border, along with those living on 45 streets in two suburbs, had to leave after military experts determined there was a risk the bomb could explode while being extracted from the site by a crane.Evacuations were also carried out along the route soldiers were to take to bring the bomb to a military base where it would be destroyed.

DENVER (AP) — A man has pleaded not guilty to leaving a backpack bomb outside a police station in a small Colorado mountain town. Gunman kills himself after suspected robbery in Philippines casino: police .

DENVER -- A California man suspected of leaving a homemade explosive outside a police station in the small Colorado mountain town of Nederland was arrested after being spotted on surveillance video from a store where he bought a cellphone Dad of long-missing boy pleads guilty to manslaughter.

FILE - This Oct. 13, 2016, file photo shows the exterior of the police station in the town of Nederland, Colo. A man accused of leaving a bomb outside the police station in the small mountain town to avenge the killing of a fellow member of a hippie group in the 1970s is expected to plead guilty. David Michael Ansberry is expected to acknowledge Tuesday, July 18, 201, that he left a powerful bomb containing arsenic outside the Nederland Police Department on Oct. 11. (AP Photo/Sadie Gurman, File) © The Associated Press FILE - This Oct. 13, 2016, file photo shows the exterior of the police station in the town of Nederland, Colo. A man accused of leaving a bomb outside the police station in the small mountain town to avenge the killing of a fellow member of a hippie group in the 1970s is expected to plead guilty. David Michael Ansberry is expected to acknowledge Tuesday, July 18, 201, that he left a powerful bomb containing arsenic outside the Nederland Police Department on Oct. 11. (AP Photo/Sadie Gurman, File)

DENVER — A man accused of leaving a bomb outside a police station in a small Colorado mountain town to avenge the killing of a fellow member of a hippie group in the 1970s is expected to plead guilty.

David Michael Ansberry is expected to acknowledge Tuesday that he left a powerful bomb containing arsenic outside the Nederland Police Department on Oct. 11.

Surveillance video captured him buying cellphones to trigger the explosive. He was easily recognizable because he is 3-foot-6, 100 pounds and uses crutches.

The device did not detonate.

Investigators say he was trying to avenge the 1971 killing of his friend Guy Goughnor at the hands of Renner Forbes, who was a town marshal at the time. Forbes was convicted of the killing in 1998.

Military souvenir kept in family garage for 80 years turns out to be a live bomb .
For decades, a Massachusetts family kept a military souvenir in the garage collecting dust. 2 cards charging 0% Interest until 2019 See The 0% APR Cards Sponsored by NextAdvisor They had no idea the memento they had for 80 years – stored next to boxes, tools and equipment – was actually a live, pre-World War II-era bomb.Jeremy Bechen said he found the training bomb when he was cleaning out his family’s garage Saturday morning. His grandfather, he said, brought it home as a keepsake after he served in the Navy in the 1930s.Bechen, a chemist, had been told by his parents the bomb was a dummy.

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