Jersey City man, Mykyta Panasenko, charged with having explosive devices at home and on train prior to Boston bombings
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On the day of the Boston Marathon bombing, a Jersey City man was charged with having explosive devices in his home and the next day he was charged with having explosive devices aboard a train in Hoboken, officials said. Mykyta Panasenko, 27, of Newport Parkway, is charged with having “two destructive devices, specifically improvised explosive devices constructed from a cylinder containing Pyrodex (black powder)” on April 5, the criminal complaint says.
He is also charged with recklessly creating widespread risk of injury or damage to a building … by constructing the explosive devices, according to the charges filed after the investigation led by the Jersey City Police Department and NJ Transit Police Department.
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