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Man Allegedly Seeks Revenge Over Glasses

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  • Man Allegedly Seeks Revenge Over Glasses

    HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) -- A man upset that his neighbor's children helped break his wife's eyeglasses is accused of trying to bomb the neighbor's house in retaliation. David Michielsen, 27, of Hammond is charged with detonating a destructive device with intent to intimidate or destroy and manufacturing a destructive device. He faces 58 years in prison if convicted on both counts.
    The neighbor told police she was visiting Michielsen's wife Sunday when her children and Michielsen's broke the glasses. Michielsen ordered her and her children to leave, a probable cause affidavit said.
    Later that night, he called the neighbor and asked for a pair of glasses he could use to fix his wife's broken ones. The neighbor told police she complied, but Michielsen threw the glasses into her house about 10 minutes later, saying they wouldn't work.
    About an hour later, the woman heard a noise and looked outside. She saw Michielsen running away and spotted an item on her air conditioner that turned out to be a canister with a lighted green wick, the affidavit states. She extinguished the wick and called police.

    Police said the canister was an explosive device made from a carbon dioxide container filled with a shiny black powder.
    A search of Michielsen's home turned up a wick matching the one in the device, a pack of model rocket engines and other items believed used to make the device, police said.
    Michielsen was released after posting $50,000 bond. He is scheduled to make a formal court appearance on Oct. 6.
    Michielsen could not be reached for comment because his telephone number is not listed.

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    Re: Man Allegedly Seeks Revenge Over Glasses

    crazy
    how old is this guy?
    We Play Rock and Roll

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    • #3
      Re: Man Allegedly Seeks Revenge Over Glasses

      Don't break his wife's glasses!
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      This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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        Re: Man Allegedly Seeks Revenge Over Glasses

        scary



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