Grover Crossland, resident agent in charge of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives' Little Rock office, says Dr. Randeep Mann remains "on the radar" in their investigation into the Feb. 4 bombing. That contradicts previous statements by ATF spokesman Austin Banks, who repeatedly has said Mann was not being investigated over the bombing that critically injured Dr. Trent Pierce.
Crossland told The Associated Press that ATF agents had others they were eyeing as well.
Mann was arrested in March after the grenades were found in a wooded area near his home in Pope County. He remains held without bond after being indicted on a federal weapons charge.
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