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South Fayette suspect in alleged bomb plot waives hearing

The Tribune-Review
| Tuesday, October 21, 2008 12:00 p.m

A South Fayette man accused of helping a teen plot to kill his family members with homemade bombs Monday waived his right to a preliminary hearing.

Thomas Moore, 18, remains under house arrest while awaiting trial on charges of criminal conspiracy, hindering apprehension, interfering with a minor and corruption of a minor. He is accused of helping Christopher Janney, 16, of South Fayette, who is charged with attempted homicide.

A third person, Eric Evans, age unknown, of Upper St. Clair, is expected to surrender soon on conspiracy charges filed in the case. There were no injuries because the bombs failed to detonate.

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