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George Jakubec's wife says depression from losing a job led him to stockpile large amounts of powerful explosives in his suburban home. She called it obsessive hoarding. "He was out of control, he kept bringing things into the house, and our home was
A suicide bomber rammed his explosive-laden vehicle into a police building in the southern Iraqi city of Basra on Monday, killing four people, officials said. Suicide bombings like Monday's are rare in the oil-rich Basra, where
A judge has ruled photos revealing the face of the man behind Escondido's bomb house can now be made public. George Jakubec, 54, previously had his identity hidden by a federal court order. Last week, Jakubec admitted to robbing one bank and storing
A man who was arrested after a gardener was injured by bomb-making chemicals in his yard in a San Diego suburb has pleaded guilty to bank robbery. George Jakubec, 54, admitted possession of explosive chemicals Monday during the hearing, but charges
An unemployed software consultant pleaded guilty Monday to bank robbery as part of an agreement with prosecutors that might have spared him from being convicted of stockpiling powerful explosives at his suburban San Diego home.
George Jakubec, the Escondido resident accused of manufacturing a "bomb house" who faced federal charges of bomb-making and bank robbery, pleaded guilty to one count of bank robbery and one count of attempted bank robbery on Monday in exchange for
The attorney for the man accused of possessing the largest cache of homemade explosive materials in the United States said on Wednesday he wants the case thrown out. Attorney Michael Berg represents George Jakubec, the Escondido resident accused of
A brick the Blown to Kingdom Come award to the no-profile owners of the world-notorious bomb house who are demanding that the county pay them 500 grand for their financial loss and extreme personal suffering. All along, readers have been curious how
Skooter report 12/10/10 ESCONDIDO, Calif. – George Jakubec, was the man who rented the house. How did he stockpile so much explosive material, and what did he plan to do with it? Investigators are still trying to
According to the Los Angeles Times, the Escondido bomb house will be set ablaze on the morning of Thursday at 10 am. It should be noted that the Escondido bomb house was used for producing huge quantities of explosives and risky elements.