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Bradley Bunn, 53, was arrested Friday after FBI agents and other law enforcement agencies searched his Loveland home. Technicians also found two one-pound containers of .308-caliber cartridge refilling gunpowder, a possible pipeline bomb component, in Bunn’s vehicle, according to the affidavit explaining the reasons he was arrested.
Bradley Bunn Age
He is 53 years old.
Bradley Bunn Arrested
A Loveland man arrested by federal authorities after four pipe bombs were found in his home told investigators he planned to use them to defend himself, according to a court document.
Bradley Bunn Daughter Statement
Bunn’s eldest daughter told CBS4 investigator Rick Sallinger that her father served in Iraq in 2003 and explained that she was in a convoy that hit an improvised explosive device. She asked that her name not be used. He added that it had not been the same since then. The daughter said Bunn was not happy with the lack of evidence and treatment he received from the military and that he was upset by the circumstances in which he left the army. Information on Bunn’s treatment and military status could not be immediately confirmed.
FBI and ATF agents filed search warrants Friday morning in Loveland, Colorado, home of 53-year-old Bradley Bunn. Agents discovered four tube pumps and potential tube pump components inside the home, according to a press release from the US Attorney’s office for Colorado Jason Dunn It is unclear what, if any, Bunn planned to do with the pipeline bombs, the official said.
ABC News learned that Bunn caught the attention of law enforcement after using social media to encourage people to bring assault rifles to a planned May 1 rally in the Colorado Capitol building. In the days leading up to the protest, investigators discovered social media posts described as angry and aggressive, the official said. Soon after, investigators received information that he was in possession of pipeline bombs. Bunn was arrested before he could attend the Friday rally.
Bomb technicians transported the devices to a gun range where they were “rendered safe,” according to the press release.
Bunn is scheduled to make an initial court appearance Monday afternoon. He has not entered a plea, and if convicted, Bunn faces up to 10 years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine.
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