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West, Texas First Responder Pleads Guilty for having Bomb Materials

According to his lawyer, Bryce Reed pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess a destructive device and attempted obstruction of justice.
WEST -- In West, Texas, a first responder at the massive fertilizer plant explosion last April pleaded guilty Thursday after being accused of having materials to make a pipe bomb.

According to his lawyer, Bryce Reed pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess a destructive device and attempted obstruction of justice. Besides being a first responder, reed also spoke at a memorial for victims. The blast killed 15 people -- most of them firefighters and paramedics.

In a statement, Reed's lawyers stressed that neither the charge nor his plea agreement had anything to do with the tragic explosion.

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