Grand jury indicts Bridgeport man accused of selling explosives
A grand jury has indicted the Bridgeport man accused of making and selling pipe bombs in The Bronx.
NYPD officials said Nicholas Lahines, 37, faces five felony charges, including constructing and dealing explosives.
He was arrested last month for allegedly trying to sell the bombs to an FBI informant. Investigators have since raided his home in Bridgeport.
If convicted, Lahines could face a maximum of 40 years in prison.
He is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow.Officials: Bridgeport pipe bomb suspect made other bombsConn. man accused of selling illegal explosives in Co-op City