Explosives found in Kingman RV park; community evacuated

Posted at 11:59 PM, Jul 14, 2016
and last updated 2016-07-15 15:22:09-04
Zuni RV Park in Kingman, Arizona, was evacuated on Thursday evening after an explosives scare.
According to the Kingman Deputy Chief of Police, the evacuation was related to the bombing in Panaca.
Approximately 40 pounds of explosive material has been found in one of the RVs at the park. Several completed devices were also found. Police still need to go through at least one storage shed in the park. 
About 100 people were evacuated from the RV park on Thursday night. They were sent to a shelter at Kingman High School although some people chose to stay in their vehicles. Police say that there could be more people evacuated as the investigation continues Friday.
The manager of the RV park told ABC15's sister station 13 Action News that the suspected bomber had only been renting a space at the park for about six months. He apparently told the manager that he was looking for a job and was angry at a former employer. The manager also said that the suspect was giving away money to other tenants at the park last week.
Glen Jones has been named as the man believed to have detonated 2 bombs Wednesday night in Panaca and owns the RV where explosives were found in Kingman, according to Kingman Police Capt. Rusty Cooper.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.