Explosives Case Against Moores Hill Man Goes To Grand Jury

The case against the Moores Hill man arrested on explosives charges will go to a county grand jury, a central Ohio judge ruled Friday.

Andrew Boguslawski, 43, appeared for a preliminary hearing in Madison County, Ohio, and a judge ruled that there was enough evidence to send the case to the grand jury.

An additional charge of illegal assembly and possession of chemical weapons was added to the initial charge of illegal manufacture or processing of explosives on Friday. The judge also ordered bond to remain at $1 million.

Boguslawski, who is also an Indiana National Guardsman, was arrested on Jan. 1 after an Ohio trooper stopped him for going 85 mph in a 70-mph zone on I-70 just west of Columbus.

Authorities say they found 48 explosives, four guns and a remote detonation device when they searched the vehicle. Boguslawski, who works as a groundskeeper at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, told police he had the items for training purposes.

The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have searched his Moores Hill home following his arrest.