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      FBI arrests Iron Mountain man in connection with explosives found

      The Federal Bureau of Investigation has arrested 42-year-old Gary John Mikulich of Kingsford on charges stemming from explosives found at a federal building in Detroit in February.

      The explosive components were found at the McNamara Federal Building in Detroit on February 26 of this year. Mikulich, a Michigan Tech engineering graduate, will make an appearance in federal court in Marquette on Friday morning.

      Mikulich regularly complained of the FBI, and particularly FBI Detroit, according to officials. His most frequent complaints were of the FBI's "card system." He claimed this "card system" is responsible for the murder of his father and thousands of other people.

      Mikulich and his vehicle matched descriptions of an individual who purchased a Husky brand tool bag and a GE timer, both involved in the explosive components found in Detroit, from the Iron Mountain Home Depot.

      Mikulich's white Oldsmobile was spotted in Livingston County, 50 miles from Detroit, in the early morning of February 25, one day prior to the explosive components being located.

      You can click the link here to read the entire affidavit entered by Mark E. Davidson, Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.