(Greenbelt, MD) — A Montgomery County teenager accused of stockpiling weapons and bomb making materials is due in a Greenbelt federal courtroom on Tuesday. Nineteen-year-old Collin McKenzie-Gude is charged with possession of an unregistered explosive device and production of false identification documents. According to the indictment, in July of 2008, police executed a search warrant at the Bethesda home where McKenzie-Gude lived with his parents and recovered a number of weapons including an AK-47; shotguns and a nine millimeter handgun. Authorities also found bomb-making materials, a CIA identification badge and a thumb drive containing images used to produce fake government IDs. McKenzie-Gude reportedly had a map to Camp David and presidential motorcade information. If convicted, the teen faces up to 15-years in prison and a fine of $250,000 for the false identification charge and ten-years in prison and a fine of $10,000 for possession of the destructive device.
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