Lincoln man, 24, facing felony charges for homemade explosives

Assistant Police Chief Brian Jackson said investigators were working to determine why a 24-year-old Lincoln man allegedly made, possessed devices.

Two days after Lincoln Police uncovered at least five homemade explosive devices during a Wednesday traffic stop, a 24-year-old Lincoln man is facing felony charges over his alleged involvement in making and possessing the explosives, according to authorities.

Spenser Speidell owned the vehicle that police pulled over early Wednesday in northwest Lincoln, where officers discovered two handmade explosives wrapped in duct tape inside the vehicle, Assistant Police Chief Brian Jackson said.

Spenser Speidell


Speidell’s arrest marks the latest development in an investigation that started with a seemingly random traffic stop at about 1 a.m. Wednesday and now involves the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Jackson said at a news conference Friday morning.

Police stopped Speidell’s car — which was being

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Costco Facing Lawsuit Over ‘Fishy’ Advertising Practices

People love shopping at Costco  (COST) – Get Free Report. The membership-based warehouse club has dominated the American Customer Satisfaction Index’s annual retail survey.

The retail giant has topped the survey for six straight years scoring an 81 on a scale that goes to 100, leading its top rival Target (TGT) – Get Free Report and Walmart’s  (WMT) – Get Free Report Sam’s Club, which both scored a 78 while Walmart landed at the bottom of the survey with a 71.

Keeping customers happy is essentially Costco’s business. The company sells memberships and member retention and growth are its two most important metrics.  

In recent years, the warehouse club has done well with both. Its U.S. and Canada renewal rates have inched up to over 90% and its membership growth has been steady. Members renewing and providing the chain positive word of mouth

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