Lakewood mall-device suspect set off ‘05 bomb at strip club - The Denver Post
Dry ice… not terror, but some people can be real dumb…
The lone suspect in the planting of explosive devices at Colorado Mills mall in Lakewood was convicted five years ago of detonating a dry-ice bomb outside a Glendale strip club, records show.
David Joseph Lawless, 30, was arrested late Saturday by the Colorado State Patrol while driving in Clear Creek County, just hours after the devices were found in the Borders bookstore.
Police say Lawless was driving under the influence and that he resisted arrest. They also booked him on allegations of menacing with a weapon and having an open container of alcohol in a vehicle.
He’s not charged with anything in the Borders case, but police identified him Tuesday as their only suspect.