Moores Hill Man With Bombs Appears In Court
By Mike Perleberg
(Madison County, Oh.) – A Dearborn County resident who was caught driving with nearly 50 bombs and four guns in his car in Ohio was in court on Friday.
Andrew Scott Boguslawski, 43, of Moores Hill, was pulled over by an Ohio Highway Patrol trooper for speeding – going 85 MPH in a 70 MPH zone – on Interstate 70 on New Years Day. The trooper spotted a handgun between Boguslawski’s legs. That lead to a search of the vehicle and the discovery of the arsenal Boguslawski was allegedly transporting.
Some of those explosives were equipped with remote detonation devices. Blueprints for a military training facility were also found with Boguslawski.
During a court appearance in Madison County, Ohio on Friday, the judge ordered the Indiana National Guardsman’s case to a county grand jury. Boguslawski pleaded not guilty. He remains held in jail on a $1 million bond.
His defense attorney told reporters that there is no indication that Boguslawski was in the process of trying to hurt anybody.
Federal investigators have also been investigating Boguslawski, searching his Moores Hill home after his arrest. However, no federal charges have been filed yet.
According to the Associated Press, Boguslawski had been in the Indiana guard’s medical discharge unit since November. A spokeswoman for the guard said his medical condition couldn’t be discussed further.
Boguslawski was a guardsman at Muscatatuk Urban Training Center near North Vernon. He also worked at Ardagh Group – formerly Anchor Glass – in Greendale.