Wright State graduate found with 48 bombs

Brandon Semler, Editor-in-Chief

Wright State graduate Andrew Scott Boguslawski, 43, is being held on a $1 million bond after investigators found 48 bombs in his car during a traffic stop on Interstate 70 in Madison County.

The Moores Hill, Ind. resident was found with 48 explosive devices, a remote detonator, two loaded guns, two loaded rifles, a computer, GPS and facility blueprints on Jan. 1, according to Dayton Daily News. He is currently being held in the Tri-County Jail in Mechanicsburg on the charge of illegal manufacture or processing explosives, a second-degree felony.

Ohio State Highway Patrol Officer William Davis stopped Boguslawski’s Dodge station wagon after it clocked 85 mph in a 70 mph zone.

The OSHP initial incident summary stated: “Suspect #1 was stopped on IR 70 for a traffic violation. A firearm was observed in plain view. The subsequent search revealed multiple weapons and explosive devices and equipment.”

Boguslawski graduated from WSU in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership. He is a member of the Indiana National Guard and a former member of the Ohio National Guard.

He is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on Friday.

The Guardian will update as more information is gathered.

  

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