Convicted Book Store Attempted Bomber Sentenced To 20 Years In PrisonThe man who pleaded guilty to planting a bomb inside the Borders bookstore at the Colorado Mills mall was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison on Thursday.
Man To Be Sentenced In Bookstore Arson CaseA man accused of breaking into a suburban Denver bookstore and planting three homemade bombs is expected to be sentenced on federal charges.
Lawless Pleads Not Guilty In Federal CourtThe man accused of setting off a destructive device inside the Borders Book Store at the Colorado Mills Mall, and a device at a Mexican restaurant, appeared in federal court on Wednesday.
Colorado Borders Arson Suspect In Federal CustodyA Denver man accused of breaking into a Borders in the Colorado Mills Mall and placing three homemade bombs is now in federal custody.
David Lawless Indicted In Borders Bookstore ArsonA Denver man who allegedly admitted breaking into a Borders bookstore and placing three homemade bombs at the site has been indicted by a federal grand jury.
Lawless Now A Suspect In Fire At Family Owned RestaurantA family-owned restaurant in Denver may be the latest target of a suspected serial bomber. The Urban Sombrero was badly damaged by an explosion in late June.
Charges Filed Against Man Accused Of Trying To Blow Up BookstoreCourt documents obtained by CBS4 Friday morning reveal a confession from David Lawless, who is accused of planting three bombs at a Lakewood bookstore.
Suspect In Borders Book Store Bombing In CustodyPolice in Lakewood say a man suspected of leaving two explosive devices in a bookstore is in custody.

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