ROCHESTER — A Rochester man could face more charges as an ATF investigation continues into why he was making explosive devices.
David Blystone was arrested Thursday, accused of both possessing and making explosive devices, according to the Fulton County Sheriff's Department.
Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives investigators say a search of Blystone's vehicle found two destructive devices. Investigators also searched Blystone's house where they found other destructive devises were being built.
At Blystone's house, several "field tested" fully automativ long guns were found.
Preliminary charges against Blystone, 44, are for possessing explosive devices, a Class C felony. Bond was set at $15,000. He posted bond later Thursday and was released, according to the sheriff's department news release.