On Wednesday, federal court documents revealed that Michael Seabrooke, the suspect accused of setting pipe bombs that detonated outside a Pickens County courthouse, admitted to placing those bombs and placing other destructive devices on the Pickens County DSS building.

The suspect, Michael Seabrooke, appeared in federal court for an initial hearing on Wednesday. He was charged with possession of destructive devices not registered with the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record.

After that hearing, the arrest warrant affidavit was released, which stated when Seabrooke was questioned by the FBI and ATF, he confessed to placing the bombs at the courthouse and also reported he threw several destructive devices on the roof of the Pickens County DSS building.

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