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A man was arrested in June for allegedly dropped explosives in an eastern Pennsylvania community with a drone was targeting his ex-girlfriend’s home, according to prosecutors.
Jason Muzzicato, 44, was taken into custody in Washington Township, in Northampton County, the FBI and local authorities after he was linked to the explosions. The evidence at his house, and his company, Bangor, Motor, tied him to a number of explosions in the townships since the end of March.
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While his motive was unclear, prosecutors say Muzzicato, reportedly used a drone to drop bombs on his ex-girlfriend’s property, WFMZ reported. He was not in charge of the detonation of any explosive devices, but at the time, faces charges of knowingly operating an aircraft is a drone, without registration.
Jason Muzzicato, 44, allegedly used a drone to drop bombs on his ex-girlfriend’s property in Pennsylvania earlier this year, prosecutors said.
A neighbor, Charles Carcione, the surveillance cameras caught at least one of the explosions, told the news outlet that he thought that the explosive had been filled with hazardous materials.
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“One day, I was out in the driveway to do something. All of a sudden, I could hear them. A lot of transfers,” he said. “She came out of the sky. They came down out of the sky. There was no one there. No-one went ahead and threw them in. It fell out of the sky.”
The neighbor suspected it was Muzzicato. He claims that he confronted him and asked him to stop, but the explosion would be even worse.
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Muzzicato, was indicted by the U.s. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in June, for the supply of home-made bombs and firearms. He was not allowed to have firearms because of a Protection from Abuse order filed against him for reasons of “harassment and threatening of an intimate partner.”
Protection from Abuse orders, are intended to ensure the protection of the people, before the situation escalates,” the Attorney of the s. S. McSwain, said in a press release earlier this year. “For very good reasons, the federal law prohibiting subjects of the PFA order, the possession of a firearm. Here is the suspect’s alleged conduct violated the law and threatened the safety of the public.”
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The researchers found seven improvised explosive devices and nine guns, including several AR-15 rifles and semi-automatic handguns,” in Muzzicato own.
Muzzicato, the lawyer was said to have been on the lookout for a plea agreement.