Soldier Explosives Plane

January 4, 2012 by staff 

Soldier Explosives Plane, A hearing has been set to determine whether a soldier accused of trying to carry powerful military-grade explosives on an airplane in Texas will remain in custody. U.S. Attorney’s Office spokesman Daryl Fields says Friday’s hearing in federal court in Midland could also determine whether investigators have ample evidence against 30-year-old Trey Scott Atwter. Fields says testimony could be heard.

Atwter, a Fort Bragg soldier who lives in Hope Mills, N.C., was arrested Saturday while trying to go through security at Midland International Airport, where he was planning to fly back home.

Authorities say Atwter had a carry-on bag containing C4, a powerful explosive used in Iraq and Afghanistan to blow the hinges off doors or destroy unexploded ordinance. Atwter grew up in Midland.

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