A soldier who served in Afghanistan and Iraq was indicted by a federal grand jury in Austin, Texas, on Tuesday for possessing an improvised explosive device, according to court records.

Joshua Colin Honigberg, 35, was charged with one count of unlawful possession of a destructive device found by FBI agents and local police officers when they executed a search warrant on his Austin apartment on May 29.

The IED was comprised of a plastic hard case locked in the closed position by a padlock. It contained multiple explosive charges with fusing systems and multiple pieces of metal fragmentation, an FBI agent said in a criminal complaint.

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