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Police Say Father Taught Son to Build Bombs

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) - Police say a 6-year-old boy used diagrams to show investigators how his father taught him to build bombs in New Mexico.

The details are contained in a criminal complaint filed Wednesday that says the devices that were exploded in the desert consisted of fuses and black putty in milk jugs and gunpowder in plastic tubing.

The boy told police he and his father, 44-year-old Anthony Stromberg, blew up bombs several times, beginning on Independence Day 2009.

Anthony Stromberg is now facing a charge of child abuse. He remains jailed in Las Cruces on a $150,000 bond.

It could not immediately be determined if he had a lawyer.

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