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PARK CITY, KS - FEBRUARY 26: Police tape hangs across the street in front of the house that Dennis Rader lives in February 26, 2005 in Park City, Kansas. Rader is the suspect whom police have arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder in connection with the 10 deaths now tied to the serial killer known as BTK. (Photo by Larry W. Smith/Getty Images)

Dr. Christy Cugini’s home was subject to a search warrant that was served on Tuesday. Inside, deputies found 6 homemade bombs, 3 homemade mines, and multiple drugs. He was an endocrinologist with Millennium Physican Group.

Deputies also found over 550 grams of marijuana and several bottles filled with tramadol, oxycodone, and hydrocodone. They also found heat-sealed bags with over $20,000 in cash and high-end jewelry and a scale.

The explosive devices were described as cylindrical, sloppy, and obviously homemade. The homemade mines were made of wood and used live rifle rounds, so anyone that stepped on them would have taken a rifle round through the foot. Several other bomb-making materials such as PVC pipe and Flash Powder was found inside of his home.

At first, he cooperated with deputies questions but then he decided to invoke his Miranda rights.

X-rays taken of the explosive devices showed that they worked and were capable of going off if activated.



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