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Longmont Explosives Investigation

Publish date: 6/23/2007
Ex-engineer faces 10 counts for possession of explosives
LONGMONT — A retired electrical engineer was charged Friday with 10 counts of possession of explosives during a hearing at the Boulder County Jail, where his attorney asked for a gag order on the case.

Publish date: 6/22/2007
‘I am not sure I feel all that safe’
LONGMONT — Neighbors of a man arrested Sunday on suspicion of possessing explosives met with police Thursday evening and peppered them with questions about the safety of their children, streets and homes.

Publish date: 6/22/2007
Attorney, friend defend suspect
LONGMONT — The attorney for a man suspected of possessing explosives and weapons in his home said on Thursday evening that his client never intended to harm anyone.

Publish date: 6/22/2007
Swerlein charged with possession of explosives and drugs
LONGMONT — Ron Swerlein was charged today with 10 counts of possessing explosives and one count of possession of drugs.

Publish date: 6/21/2007
Link to animal extremists probed
LONGMONT — Ronald Swerlein kept magazines in his home from the Animal Liberation Front, a group the FBI calls a “leading domestic terrorism threat,” according to police.

Publish date: 6/21/2007
Police meeting today with Swerlein neighbors
LONGMONT — Police will meet tonight with neighbors of the man suspected of mixing explosives in his house and hoarding a huge cache of chemicals, weapons and bomb-making literature.

Publish date: 6/20/2007
More explosives found
LONGMONT — Police found more highly explosive chemicals Tuesday night hidden in the basement of a Longmont home after investigators returned there to retrieve additional items that could be used in making explosives.

Publish date: 6/19/2007
‘Cartloads’ of weapons seized
LONGMONT — A self-described “nerd” who was arrested early Sunday morning on suspicion of possessing explosives had more weapons and ammunition stockpiled than Longmont police do, according to police and prosecutors.

Publish date: 6/19/2007
Police: Chemicals more than rocket hobby
LONGMONT — Police found about 400 chemicals — including two volatile explosives — in a Sunset Drive home during a weekend search, a sergeant said Monday.

Publish date: 6/19/2007
Suspect in explosive case out on bond
BOULDER — A man arrested on suspicion of possessing explosives after a police SWAT team raided his Sunset Drive home over the weekend posted a $50,000 bond Tuesday afternoon and was released, according to jail records.

Publish date: 6/19/2007
Longmont neighborhood won't be evacuated
LONGMONT — Police opted not to evacuate residents living near 24th Avenue and Sunset Drive after officers examined explosives in a home they had searched over the weekend.

Publish date: 6/18/2007
Explosives suspect arrested
LONGMONT — Although neighbors say Ronald Swerlein kept to himself, some had started to call him “Ted Kaczynski,” the infamous Unabomber.

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