FAIR HAVEN, Vt. — A man was arrested Friday in Indiana in connection with a package explosion that killed a 17-year-old boy and seriously wounded his mother at their home, the FBI said.
Chris William Dean of Pierceton, Ind., was arrested on charges of transportation of explosives in interstate commerce with the intent to kill or injure, and willfully placing or causing to be placed on an aircraft a destructive device.
The FBI did not release any other information.
Chris Marquis was killed Thursday when an out-of-state package delivered to his home by United Parcel Service exploded in his hands. His mother, Sheila Rockwell, 52, was seriously wounded.
Authorities were investigating whether any of his high-tech hobbies contributed to his death.
Neighbors and office workers had complained that Marquis interfered with their phone lines with his CB radio. Others claimed the teenager, whose CB handle was "Psycho," ripped them off through Internet deals for CB equipment.