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Disneyland employee pleads not guilty in dry ice bomb explosions
Orange County prosecutors charged a 22-year-ancient Disneyland employee Thursday with possessing a destructive device in a public place in connection with two "dry ice" bomb blasts in the theme park's Toontown area. If convicted, Christian Barnes faces a
The blast did small if any hurt to the trash can and caused no injuries, officials said, but did spook park guests and forced Disneyland to close Toontown for two hours while the Orange County Sheriff's Department bomb squad swept the area. “He's
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ANAHEIM, California (AP) — Police arrested a Disneyland employee on suspicion of putting a so-called dry ice bomb in a theme park trash can, where it exploded, authorities said Wednesday. No one was injured in the small blast, but Disneyland briefly
A 22-year-ancient Disneyland employee was arrested on suspicion of setting off a so-called dry ice bomb in the Toontown section of the park, forcing the child-friendly area to be evacuated, Anaheim police said Wednesday. Long Beach resident Christian