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UPDATE: Laurence Alan Stewart II, the man wanted by police for bombing three Fredericksburg-area homes, has been captured in Montana, according to Stafford police.
Preliminary information on his capture indicates that Stewart was taken into custody after a police chase during which he threw pipe bombs at law enforcement officers. Stewart left his car and ran on foot, armed with a handgun; he was then captured by police. It is unclear whether any shots were fired during this ordeal.
A press conference on Stewart's capture will be held later this afternoon…stay with 8News for updates.
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STAFFORD, VA—Police have identified the man they say placed explosives at the homes of three people, including two police officers.
Laurence Alan Stewart II, 25, of no fixed address, is wanted in connection with the three explosions.
Stewart is being charged in Stafford County with: -1 Count of Attempted Capital Murder of a Law Enforcement Officer -1 Count of Attempted Capital Murder During the Commission of an Act of Terror -2 Counts of Manufacture or Possession of a Weapon of Terror -2 Counts of Burn or Destroy by Use of Explosives at a Dwelling The City of Fredericksburg is also charging Stewart with: -1 Count of Attempted Capital Murder of a Law Enforcement Officer -1 Count of Missile into a Occupied Dwelling -1 Count Arson of an Occupied Dwelling
Explosions occurred outside two Stafford homes and an explosion occurred inside a Fredericksburg residence Tuesday morning.
The first incident occurred early Tuesday. Stafford County Deputies responded to a home in the Kings Grant Subdivision at 4:33a.m.
Residents told police they initially believed the noise was gunshot. A preliminary investigation by police discovered a homemade incendiary device that had been placed or thrown outside of the residence.
None of the home's occupants were injured in the incident, and the home sustained minor damage from the explosion.
A little more than one hour later at 5:53 a.m., an explosion was reported outside a second home. Another homemade explosive device was found near the rear of the home, located in the County Ridge Subdivision. The property sustained major damage, but there were no injuries.
Police believe that both of these incidents are related to an explosion inside a home in the 3100 block of Normandy Avenue in Fredericksburg Tuesday morning. One woman was inside the home when a homemade incendiary device exploded, causing significant damage to the interior of the home.
After an investigation, police determined that the incendiary device was thrown or placed inside the home and subsequently detonated. Police and bomb detection dogs from the Virginia State Police did not find any additional explosives in the home.
All of these incidents remain under investigation. Anyone with information about these explosions is asked to contact the Fredericksburg Police Department at 540-373-3122 or the Stafford County Sheriff's Office at 540‐658‐4400.