Police find military-issued C4 in reservist's apartment
An Army Reserve unit undergoing demolition training at Utah's Camp Williams last month reported all of its munitions had been used as planned.
Sunday night, the Provo Police Department offered a possible counterpoint.
Acting on a tip, the department's bomb squad evacuated an apartment complex, and a bomb-sniffing dog eventually located "a full-sized block of military issued C4 explosive" inside a locked ammo box allegedly belonging to Spc. Adam Michael Garceau, according to a Provo PD Facebook post.
The 21-year-old, who participated in training March 18-20 at Camp Williams with 744th Engineer Company, was booked into Utah County Jail for possession of an explosive and possession of stolen property.
An Army Reserve investigation is underway, spokesman Maj. Oluwole Osibodu said.
"Considering the current national security climate and public safety concerns, the Army Reserve and our command take this matter very seriously and we will do our best to get a full understanding of this incident," Osibodu said in an email.
See rest of the story here - http://www.armytimes.com/story/military/guard-rese...