10-Year Sentence Over Homemade Bomb on Ex's Porch

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    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.

    U.S. District Judge John McBryde on Friday sentenced 52-year-old David Barouch to the maximum prison term and also fined him $10,000.

    Barouch in July pleaded guilty to one count of possession of an unregistered destructive device.

    Tiny Flaw Kept Bomb from Exploding

    [DFW] Tiny Flaw Kept Bomb from Exploding
    In court investigators revealed the tiny flaw that officials said kept the bomb David Barouch built and left on his ex-wife's porch from exploding.

    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.

    Raw Video: Colleyville Chief Discusses Arrest in Bomb Case

    [DFW] Raw Video: Colleyville Chief Discusses Arrest in Bomb Case
    Colleyville Police Chief Steve Dye talks about the arrest in the case of a bomb left on a woman's doorstep Sunday.

    The couple divorced in 2008. They have two sons.


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