How did they find him, well according to this article one went off in his apartment, so this of course would bring the investigators. The doctor gave up his license back in 2006 after a long history of drug abuse problems in Ohio. In 1993 he gave up his medical license to practice in West Virginia, same issues with substance abuse.
On this occasion he has some serious damage to his hands and arms so perhaps building pipe bombs is off his list of hobbies for now. BD
CLEVELAND — A former doctor who practiced medicine in Ohio and West Virginia has admitted to making pipe bombs that were part of an arsenal seized at his apartment after two explosions, federal agents say.
An affidavit filed in federal court in Akron said Mark Campano told an FBI agent that he "did indeed" build the pipe bombs found this week at his apartment in Cuyahoga Falls.
Neither Campano nor the FBI agent who talked to him described a motive or possible target in the affidavit, which was filed late Wednesday.
His defense attorney, Donald Hicks, said Friday that he had no comment. A woman who answered the phone at a number provided to police by Campano said she was a housekeeper and could not provide a family contact.
The Associated Press: FBI: Ex-doctor in Ohio admitted making pipe bombs
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