Authorities allege members of the New Black Panther Party’s St. Louis County chapter plotted to obtain explosives.
Two men with ties to the New Black Panther Party who were reportedly plotting to bomb the Gateway Arch are indicted by a federal grand jury in St. Louis.
Crews used explosives to bring down the 53-year-old bridge.
Thomas Lee Stanton, 18, was a student at O’Fallon Township High School when he was arrested in April.
Officers surrounded the house, and the man complied with directives to come out of the house. He was arrested and taken in for questioning.
The St. Louis Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is offering a $5,000.00 reward for any information leading to an arrest.
Norman Risley was charged with unlawful possession of explosives, unlawful use of weapons, indecent solicitation of a child and sexual exploitation of a child.
A Missouri man didn’t really booby-trap his pickup truck with explosives, but he pretended to, so he could face charges.
The devices found in the van appeared to be homemade fireworks.