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Pipe Bomb Suspect Released Into Parents' Custody, Under House Arrest

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RALEIGH — A Raleigh man, who was charged with possessing a pipe bomb, was released into his parents' custody Wednesday.

A federal magistrate set a $100,000 unsecured bond for Bryce Anderson, who was charged last week with possession of a destructive device. The judge then released Anderson into his parents' custody.

Anderson will stay with his folks, while under electronic house arrest.

ATF agents searched Anderson's home last Thursday night in North Raleigh. Once inside, they said that they found a pipe bomb.


Brian Shrader, Web Editor

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