Neighbor: Nevada Blasts Suspect Said He Was Army Veteran
“He had a fascination with military things. Shells and that kind of thing,” Katschke said. “He told me he had a shop and sold military souvenirs. That kind of belied his soft and gentle demeanor.”
Arizona police discovered numerous improvised bombs and several pounds of explosives in Jones’ 40-foot motorhome in a mobile home park during a search that started Thursday and continued into Friday, Kingman police said. They hoped to finish Friday, allowing about 100 people evacuated from the mobile home park to go home.
They also discovered part of an explosive device in his car parked at the rental company lot where he rented the car that blew up.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval visited Panaca Friday, meeting with about 200 residents and spending time the Cluff family, said the governor’s chief-of-staff, Mike Willden.