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List of Weapons Found in 'Sovereign' Man's Columbus Home Released
COLUMBUS (Lisa Rantala/Kate Liebers) -- Recently released court documents revealed what was inside the booby-trapped home belonging to a "sovereign" citizen in North Columbus.
The paperwork stems from an incident last Wednesday, when officers found homemade bombs at the Carolyn Avenue residence of 55-year-old Mark Kulis.
The specific descriptions of what officers found, however, were not available until Tuesday.
As listed in officers' search warrant, Kulis had kept two computer assisted firing devices, two improvised explosive devices and four other devices that looked like bombs. Officers seized at least six guns, including an AK-47, and a gas mask.
Officers also pulled out at least 11 pieces of plastic piping, as well as three bomb-making parts and a red and yellow wire.
The devices were found during officers' attempt to serve eviction papers. When officers discovered possible explosives, a bomb squad was called to detonate them.
Kulis is still in jail on felony charges of carrying a concealed weapon and manufacturing explosive materials. His family wants him to get mental help.
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