A 32-year-old Plantersville man remains in the Grimes County Jail at last report, after a concerned citizen’s call to the sheriff’s department recently, turned out to be justified.
Sheriff’s Investigator Kindale Pittman says what began the initial investigation by the Sheriff’s Department, Navasota P.D. and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was the discovery of an explosive device resembling a softball with a fuse coming out of it sitting on a bridge on Urbanosky Lane, resulting in the arrest of Christopher Cody Urbanosky, on several third-degree felonies.
Pittman says Urbanosky’s facing two counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance, each carrying a $7500 bond and nine counts of Prohibited Weapons, aka explosive devices, each carrying a $20,000 bond.
So facing a total bond of $195,000, Pittman tells Navasota News it doesn’t look like Urbanosky’s going anywhere, anytime soon. And according to his record, Pittman adds, he’s never been in this much trouble before.
If convicted of all current charges, Pittman says Urbanosky could be looking at 110 years in prison and up to $110,000 in fines. And, he adds, the Grimes County District Attorney may add additional charges, as the ongoing investigation continues.