A Wyoming man who admitted stealing 688 pounds of explosives from a U.S. Forest Service bunker near Red Lodge in 2013 apologized at sentencing Thursday, saying he never intended to panic area residents or scare anyone.
A Wyoming man admitted Thursday to stealing more than 500 pounds of explosives that belonged to the U.S. Forest Service after finding a bunker near Red Lodge while looking for a place to camp.
Federal authorities continue to investigate the theft of 559 pounds of explosives in April from a storage bunker near Red Lodge, and a $5,000 reward offer is helping those efforts.
The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said Wednesday that it is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for stealing 559 pounds of explosives last month near Red Lodge.
CASPER, Wyo. — Three improvised explosive devices detonated at three residencies in Lusk on March 6.
Federal agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives indicate in documents that a homemade cannon caused the death recently of a Billings man.
Federal and county authorities on Wednesday returned to the property east of Laurel where a man was killed over the weekend in an explosives incident.
A man who died Saturday in Laurel in an incident involving explosives has been identified as Billy Joe Ullom, 46, said Yellowstone County Sheriff's Lt. Bill Jones, the county coroner.
Two members of the Montana Army National Guard’s 484th Military Police Company have been injured in an explosion, according to Maj. Tim Crowe.
The Billings Police Special Weapons and Tactics team trained using a variety of explosives at the airport’s live burn training facility Monday morning.
Billings Police Department bomb techs explode a "cast booster," a type of explosive commonly used in mining during a training exercise at Billings Logan Airport.
The Billings Police Department will hold small explosives training for its Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team on Monday at Billings Logan International Airport.
CAMP GUERNSEY — Deep within the training grounds of the Wyoming National Guard’s Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center sits a village filled with marketplaces, single-family dwellings, three-story structures and a prison.
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