Bucks County bombing suspect released on bail
BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. (FOX 29) - The suspect in a series of mysterious explosions in Bucks County last spring is heading home after he was granted bail.
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No one answered the door at the Milford Township home of 31-year-old David Surman Jr. hours after a judge ordered his release from jail.
Bucks County prosecutors say Surman Jr. violated the terms of his bail by buying more chemicals under fake names. In a bail hearing, his mother testified those chemicals were actually bought for the family chemical business. A judge agreed so Suman Jr. is a free man again on a $500,000 bail pending his August trial.
The judge added a few new conditions, including that he must wear a GPS monitoring device and is not allowed to use the internet.