A Colorado protestor, who was taking part in the anti-lockdown protests, was arrested after being caught in possession of multiple pipe bombs.
According to ABC News, Federal agents executed search warrants Friday morning at the Loveland home of Bradley Bunn, where investigators found four pipe bombs and other pipe bomb components.
Bunn was helping lead an armed protest demanding that the government end restrictions due to the coronavirus.
Bunn had been flagged after posting several violence-inciting posts on social media encouraging others to bring military-style weapons to a May 1 demonstration at Colorado’s capitol building. That’s when authorities started investigating Bunn.
According to authorities, Bunn faces up to 10 years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted.