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Robert F. Kane is charged with failing to register an explosive device, a “rocket pod launcher,” The case against Kane was filed Thursday in federal court under seal. FBI spokesman Eric Gonzalez refused to give further details, including where the launcher was found.
The FBI and numerous other state and federal agencies served search warrants Thursday morning on Security Aviation’s hangars at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport and the Palmer Airport, on the south side of the airport near Kulis Air Guard Base. The scene was much the same across town, on the 3200 block of C Street, where federal agents served a search warrant on Avery & Associates law firm.
Ancohorage Daily News
Kane, 37, was arrested at his Eagle River home for failing to register an explosive device, which authorities identified as a rocket pod launcher used for firing live rounds, according to the FBI.
Gonzalez declined to say if the rocket pod launcher was recovered.
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