Mich. men charged with making Molotov cocktails

Two men charged with making Molotov cocktails the night U of M lost NCAA championship game

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ANN ARBOR, Mich - Authorities say two Ann Arbor men had Molotov cocktails the night the University of Michigan basketball team lost in the NCAA championship game to Louisville.
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Justin Dozier and Rosario Bruno are charged with two counts each of possessing/manufacturing explosives, a four-year felony.
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The 20-year-olds were arraigned Wednesday in Ann Arbor district court and have a preliminary hearing scheduled for May 30.
Ann Arbor police responding to a report of a mattress fire last month found a bottle with a flammable liquid in it, an item popularly known as a Molotov cocktail.
Lt. Robert Pfannes tells AnnArbor.com investigators linked Dozier and Bruno to several of them.
A university website indicates both men are Michigan students. Messages seeking comment were left with them on Friday.

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