Investigation At Va. Storage Shed Turns Up More Evidence
Posted May 26, 2005
RALEIGH, N.C. — The case against a Raleigh man accused of storing explosives is getting stronger.
Virginia authorities arrested Christopher Kent after discovering weapons inside his car.
Federal agents searched his Raleigh storage unit and found land mines that were not explosive.
However, inside a storage unit in Virginia, authorities found parts to make grenades and a book on how to make armor-piercing bullets.
The former Fort Bragg soldier is now in a Virginia jail.