This story has not received a lot of attention. It seems a little out of the ordinary for a national guardsman with a top secret clearance to have a car full of bombs, a bullet proof vest and a map of a Navy SEAL training facility but it gets more bizarre. Andrew Scott Boguslawski has civilian employment as a groundskeeper at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center (formerly known as the Indiana Farm Colony for Feeble Minded Youth) in south-central Indiana but is also a member of the Indiana National Guard where he does intelligence analysis and has top-secret clearance.
On New Years Day Boguslawski was motoring through Ohio when he was stopped outside of Columbus for doing 85 in a 70. As the trooper was handing him his ticket he noticed the suspect had pistol between his legs. He arrested the subject and a search of the auto turned up 48 small bombs and a remote control detonator. He was charged in Madison County with one count of manufacturing explosives, a second-degree felony. Read more at the Columbus Dispatch which apparently is the only media outlet to find the story worth reporting.