Detention Hearing Scheduled in Bombing Case

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    a detention hearing is scheduled Tuesday for 51-year-old David Barouch, the man accused of sending a homemade bomb to his ex-wife's house late last week.

    Barouch faces a charge of possession of an unregistered destructive device.

    ATF Search at Fort Worth Home

    [DFW] ATF Search at Fort Worth Home
    ATF agents executed a search warrant at a Fort Worth home as part of the investigation into a bomb delivered to a Colleyville woman's home on Sunday.

    The device, discovered Sunday outside the Colleyville woman's home, did not detonate. An affidavit said the box had two salad bowls taped together, a battery and powder.

    Prosecutor Bret Helmer said Barouch failed to move on after the divorce and thought it would be better to put a bomb on his ex-spouse's porch.

    Ex-Husband Arrested in Bomb Case

    [DFW] Ex-Husband Arrested in Bomb Case
    Colleyville police arrested David Barouch, he faces a federal charge for the manufacture and possession of a destructive device.

    Barouch was arrested Wednesday after alleged bomb-making materials were confiscated at his home. Agents said they found a will and last testament that was dated May 2 -- the same day his former wife found the bomb on her front porch -- during a search of his north Fort Worth home.

    He went before a federal magistrate Thursday.

    Ex-Husband Arrested in Bomb Case

    [DFW] Ex-Husband Arrested in Bomb Case
    Federal agents have arrested the ex-husband of the woman who received a bomb via FedEx on Sunday.

    Defense attorney Matthew Belcher said there is good evidence that Barouch should be released.