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Plea deal possible for man who made firework

Plea deal possible for man who made firework



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(KSL News) A man accused of building an explosive that severely injured a Utah County boy may be working on a plea deal with prosecutors.

Craig Miller is charged with possessing an explosive device, child abuse and obstruction of justice. Police say he built a homemade explosive device as part of a 24th of July fireworks show.

When it malfunctioned, pieces of shrapnel went flying, and one struck Bridger Hunt, injuring his leg and abdomen.

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