Search of Sioux Falls man’s home finds bomb-making material

July 18, 2018 GMT

              Mark Christopher Einerwold walks to his initial appearance at Minnehaha County Court, Wednesday, July 18, 2018, in Sioux Falls, S.D. Authorities say they discovered bomb-making materials when they arrested Einerwol, a suspect in recent burglaries, on Tuesday, July 17. He faces charges of two counts of possessing a controlled weapon, for a sawed-off shotgun and a silencer; burglary; damage to property; and possessing a destructive device. (Garrett Ammesmaki/The Argus Leader via AP)

              Mark Christopher Einerwold walks to his initial appearance at Minnehaha County Court, Wednesday, July 18, 2018, in Sioux Falls, S.D. Authorities say they discovered bomb-making materials when they arrested Einerwol, a suspect in recent burglaries, on Tuesday, July 17. He faces charges of two counts of possessing a controlled weapon, for a sawed-off shotgun and a silencer; burglary; damage to property; and possessing a destructive device. (Garrett Ammesmaki/The Argus Leader via AP)

              Mark Christopher Einerwold walks to his initial appearance at Minnehaha County Court, Wednesday, July 18, 2018, in Sioux Falls, S.D. Authorities say they discovered bomb-making materials when they arrested Einerwol, a suspect in recent burglaries, on Tuesday, July 17. He faces charges of two counts of possessing a controlled weapon, for a sawed-off shotgun and a silencer; burglary; damage to property; and possessing a destructive device. (Garrett Ammesmaki/The Argus Leader via AP)
Mark Christopher Einerwold walks to his initial appearance at Minnehaha County Court, Wednesday, July 18, 2018, in Sioux Falls, S.D. Authorities say they discovered bomb-making materials when they arrested Einerwol, a suspect in recent burglaries, on Tuesday, July 17. He faces charges of two counts of possessing a controlled weapon, for a sawed-off shotgun and a silencer; burglary; damage to property; and possessing a destructive device. (Garrett Ammesmaki/The Argus Leader via AP)
Mark Christopher Einerwold walks to his initial appearance at Minnehaha County Court, Wednesday, July 18, 2018, in Sioux Falls, S.D. Authorities say they discovered bomb-making materials when they arrested Einerwol, a suspect in recent burglaries, on Tuesday, July 17. He faces charges of two counts of possessing a controlled weapon, for a sawed-off shotgun and a silencer; burglary; damage to property; and possessing a destructive device. (Garrett Ammesmaki/The Argus Leader via AP)

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Authorities say they discovered bomb-making materials when they arrested a Sioux Falls man suspected in recent burglaries.

Minnehaha County sheriff’s authorities served a search warrant Tuesday at the apartment of 43-year-old Mark Einerwold and found compounds that, when mixed together, form an explosive.

KELO radio reports sheriff’s Capt. Jason Gearman said authorities also found an improvised explosive device in Einerwold’s vehicle and illegal firearms.

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Gearman says authorities also found indications of “extreme hatred” for police and government.

Einerwold faces charges of two counts of possessing a controlled weapon, for a sawed-off shotgun and a silencer; burglary; damage to property; and possessing a destructive device.

The Argus Leader reports Einerwold appeared in court Wednesday and is being held on a $200,000 cash-only bond with a condition of no weapons.