Trial to begin Monday for Stafford pipe bombing suspect
STAFFORD COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) — The Virginia man accused of bombing the homes of police officers and his ex-girlfriend is pleading not guilty.
Laurence Stewart has been charged with three counts of attempted deliberate homicide.
He faces charges for detonating pipe bombs at homes in Stafford County.
No one was hurt in these incidents.
Stewart led police on a nationwide chase before he was caught in Montana.
Stewart’s trial is set to begin Monday.
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