A Fort Worth man who put a homemade bomb on the front porch of his former wife's house must serve 10 years in prison.
Barouch in July pleaded guilty to one count of possession of an unregistered destructive device.
Prosecutors say Barouch's former spouse on May 2 discovered the box, which contained a battery wired to some powder, outside her Colleyville home. The device did not go off.
Investigators say the woman also found a folded $1 bill. Testimony at Barouch's detention hearing indicated the woman believed her ex-husband left the money to symbolize the last dollar she'd ever get from him.
The couple divorced in 2008. They have two sons.
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