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Warren Bomb suspect with extensive criminal record is member of a motorcycle gang

Click to enlarge Warren Police Found An Arsenal Of Small Bombs And Firearms In A House.  - Shutterstock


Warren police found an arsenal of small bombs and firearms in a house.

Police said a warren clinging to life after the man’s body exploded while he was making a bomb.

Warren Police Commissioner William Dwyer said the 38-year-old was in critical condition on Monday morning, with second and third degree burns of more than 55% of his body. Metro Times,

“If he survives, he’s going to be in the hospital for several months,” Dwyer says.

Dwyer says police found several small explosive devices and “an arsenal of firearms,” ​​including more than a dozen handguns and rifles, AR-style magazines, and 4,000 rounds of ammunition.

The man, whose identity has yet to be released, was no stranger to police. The Warren Police Special Operations Unit was working with an unnamed federal law enforcement agency to investigate him in connection with illegal firearms. Dwyer says that federal agency put the man on its watch list.

He’s also a member of an illegal motorcycle gang and has an extensive criminal record that ranges from possessing drugs and dangerous weapons to resisting police, Dwyer says.

Officials are still trying to figure out why he was making the bombs and why he had so many weapons.

“I don’t want to speculate and I don’t want to divulge any information about my investigation, except that I think there was definitely some criminal intent in what was confiscated,” Dwyer says. ,

The explosion occurred in a garage and spread to the home at 20754 Gentner St. at 3 p.m. Saturday.

The police probably could have stopped him from dying.

“A police officer put a tourniquet on his arm that may have stopped him from bleeding,” Dwyer says. “The officer probably saved his life.”

While the most extensive injuries were to his arms, Dwyer disputed news reports that the man had lost both of his arms.

“It’s unbelievable that this explosion started and spread in the garage,” Dwyer says. “It is a matter of good luck that there was no damage to other houses or that any other people were seriously injured or killed.”

The youth is being investigated for making illegal weapons. Dwyer says police plan to file a report with the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office for the charges.

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