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Man pleads guilty in case of pipe bombs

BISMARCK -- A man here has pleaded guilty to detonating pipe bombs and housing poisonous snakes in his apartment. Andrew Greff, 21, blew apart his left arm in July when he detonated a pipe bomb south of Bismarck. Doctors amputated the arm after G...

BISMARCK -- A man here has pleaded guilty to detonating pipe bombs and housing poisonous snakes in his apartment.

Andrew Greff, 21, blew apart his left arm in July when he detonated a pipe bomb south of Bismarck. Doctors amputated the arm after Greff drove himself to a hospital emergency room.

Greff is charged with two counts of possessing an explosive device, along with reckless endangerment in the snakes incident.

He pleaded guilty to the charges on Monday in South Central District Court.

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