Alarmed parents of a 27-year-old woman in Florida called the sheriff's office after finding two dozen pipe bombs in their bedroom, the authorities said.
They said the call on Thursday had led to the arrest of Michelle Louise Kolts for bombing
"I can only imagine how hard it is to reach a family member," said Sheriff Chad chronicler, according to Bloomingdale Patch.
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During a search of the house in Wimauma, investigators also confiscated pistol powder, knives, hatchets, nunchucks, BB pellet rifles and pistols as well as books and DVDs about murder, mass murder, Bomb making and domestic terrorism Fox 13 Tampa reported.
Christer said Kolts admitted to having manufactured the Pipe Bombs and had planned to use them to hurt people without this being specific.
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"We do not know any kind of hit list," he said. "Your statements are very general."
A year ago, MPs and Kolts talked about ordering guides and anarchy manifests online, as Fox 13 reported.
The sheriff said, according to the station. "At that time, she was not diagnosed with mental health, at that time she said she did not want to harm anyone, and her parents said she was a bit on the autism spectrum."
But at the time of publication, it was not clear if this was relevant to the recent charges.
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