TEMPE, AZ - ABC15 has obtained photos from inside the home of a Valley teen accused of making several improvised explosive devices .
Eighteen-year-old Joshua Prater is now out of jail, after posting $10,000 bond.
Prater, a senior at Marcos De Niza high school, was weeks away from graduating at the time of his arrest.
Tempe detectives told ABC15 they do not believe the school was in any danger or was being targeted by Prater.
In the images, according to detectives, several small white canisters similar in size to a toilet paper tube can be seen on a table next to what appears to be a CO2 cylinder.
In another image, detectives said a Tupperware contains gun powder with another glass jar filled with some type of other powder material.
On Monday, Tempe school district officials told ABC15 Prater is still enrolled at the school but has not been at the school.