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Two men from Georgia who exploded a woman's home planned to scalp her and feed her daughter to a python

Two Georgia men are facing numerous charges related to an explosion last year, which authorities believe was an attempt to harm a woman and her child who lived at the targeted home. A grand jury has charged Stephen Glosser, 37, and Caleb Kinsey, 34, with stalking, using…

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Two Georgia men are facing numerous charges in connection to an explosion that occurred last year and was allegedly an attempt to harm a woman and her child who resided at the targeted residence.

A grand jury has accused Stephen Glosser, 37, and Caleb Kinsey, 34, of stalking, using explosives for another crime, conspiring to use explosives for a crime, and having an unregistered explosive device. this information was provided by the US Attorney’s Office for the South District of Georgia.The grand jury has also charged Kinsey with making a false statement during the purchase of a firearm and possessing firearms as a convicted felon.

However, the most shocking details are found in the indictment. According to the document, the defendants surveilled the woman and located her home through internet searches. They then used cell phones to develop a plan to harm, intimidate, harass, or injure the victim. The methods included shooting arrows at the victim's front door, obtaining and releasing a large python into the victim's home to consume her daughter, sending dog feces or dead rats to the victim's residence, scalping the victim, and detonating an explosive at the victim's home.

Glosser and Kinsey, one of whom allegedly had a previous relationship with the woman, were apprehended shortly after the explosion on January 13, 2023, in the coastal Georgia town of Richmond Hill. This information was reported by CrimeOnline.The explosion rocked the neighborhood, causing severe damage to the house's facade and interior, but fortunately, no injuries were reported.

The woman and child had just moved into the house the day before the explosion. It was not disclosed whether they were present at the time of the blast.

The US Attorney’s Office stated that a conviction on the conspiracy charge could result in a 20-year prison sentence for the defendants. An additional 10 years would be added for the charge of using an explosive. These sentences are not eligible for parole.

At that time, it was mentioned that the pair also faced state charges, but it is unknown if this is still the case.

[Featured image: Steven Glosser and Caleb Kinsey/Bryan County Sheriff’s Office]

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