Byram Bomb Suspect's Attorney Said Charges are 'Clearly Inflated'

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An attorney for a Landing man accused of detonating a homemade bomb in Byram said the charges are "clearly inflated." According to the New Jersey Herald, Christopher Faschan's attorney described the bomb as "glorified fireworks" and has been arguing for Faschan to be released from jail.

Faschan allegedly drove to a co-worker's house on February 4, made threatening statements, and detonated a bomb near the house. He reportedly got into an argument with the co-worker recently and police found guns, homemade explosives, DMT and a grow operation of psychedelic mushrooms at Faschan's home.

The 31-year-old is facing charges that include second-degree aggravated assault by attempting to cause serious bodily injury.

Read the NJHerald.com story here.

Byram Bomb Suspect's Home had Guns and more Explosives
Byram Bomb Suspect's Home had Guns and more Explosives
The 31-year-old detonated a bomb near a co-worker's home last week.
Man Arrested after Detonating Homemade Bomb Near Co-worker's House in Byram
Man Arrested after Detonating Homemade Bomb Near Co-worker's House in Byram
The 31-year-old recently got into an argument with the co-worker.
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