Federal Charges for Bombs in Oran Man’s Home
A Northeast Iowa man, whose home was found filled with explosive devices and weapons, is now being charged in federal court.
33 year old Trevor Satrom of Oran, has been indicted in federal court in Cedar Rapids, on a charge of possession of an unregistered destructive device.
The indictment indicates Satrom was in possession of three pipe bombs and one pressure cooker bomb, when authorities searched his home in Oran on February 10th. Authorities also discovered a flame thrower, napalm, body armor, and several guns and rifles.
Before the federal indictment, Satrom had been charged with unlawful possession and storage of explosive materials, and four counts of unlawful possession of offensive weapons.
If convicted of the new federal charges, Satrom could face up to ten years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
Satrom is currently being held without bond, with his next court appearance scheduled for May 23rd.