An Indiana Guardsman who pleaded guilty to carrying multiple explosive devices has been sentenced by a federal Judge to two years in prison.
Authorities say Andrew Scott Boguslawski had bombs and explosive materials in his car when he was stopped by an Ohio State Trooper in January of this year on Interstate 70 in Madison County. Boguslawski, of Moores Hill, Ind., was a member of the National Guard.
Boguslawski had nine fully-assembled bombs and four devices that could be converted into bombs, police say. He admitted in a plea agreement that he had components to assemble 20 more destructive devices in his Indiana home.
"Boguslawski's bomb-builder lifestyle presents an extreme danger to the public," Assistant U.S. Attorneys Dana Peters and Salvador Dominguez told the court prior to sentencing. He was also ordered to remain under court supervision for three years once he is released.