On Tuesday, Dicarlo Bennett, 28, was arrested in Los Angees under suspicion of having detonated a dry ice bomb in one of the employee restrooms at Los Angeles International Airport. the previous Sunday. The terminal was temporarily closed when the bomb exploded.
According to Reuters, a similar device had been set off on Monday night in a different section of the airport, but only caused a minimal disruption in operations.
No damage or injuries resulted from either event. However, Mr. Bennett has been arrested on the charge of possession or explosion of a destructive device near an aircraft. Bail was set at $1 million, according to LAPD's statement to Reuters.
Dry ice bombs, especially those made with plastic bottles, cause little or no damage, but produce a loud, popping sound.