Oregon man arrested for detonating dry-ice bombs

ALOHA, Ore. - Sheriff's deputies in Oregon's Washington County have arrested an Aloha, Ore., man for investigation of detonating dry-ice bombs.

A resident called 911 Saturday afternoon to report a woman screaming and loud noises. Deputies who arrived heard a loud explosion near a home, and closed off the street for about four hours while they investigated. The sheriff’s office says the explosions were traced to a house where they found a man had used dry ice and soda bottles to make and detonate bombs.

The sheriff’s office says 59-year-old Douglas Kaynor was arrested for investigation of five counts of unlawfully possessing a destructive device, five counts of unlawful manufacture of a destructive device and four counts of disorderly conduct.