FARMINGTON -- An 18-year-old Bountiful High School junior is facing four second-degree felonies following the explosions at the school and a nearby church.
Chris Andrew Perry was booked in the Davis County Jail on Wednesday and is being held in lieu of a $20,000 bail.
Bountiful Police Lt. Ed Biehler said police found two more explosives near the school, besides the two explosives that went off in the school and at a church parking lot.
One explosive was found at an apartment complex and another was found in a Bountiful resident's home, Biehler said.
Biehler said a female was also involved and is a 16-year-old sophomore at the school. She is facing charges out of 2nd District Juvenile Court.
The Davis County Attorney's Office is reviewing the charges for both. Perry's first appearance in 2nd District Court could be Friday afternoon.
Second-degree felonies carry the possible sentence of 1 to 15 years in the Utah State Prison.
The blasts on Wednesday caused school administrators to lock down Bountiful High School at 695 S. Orchard Drive, and Millcreek Junior High, 245 E. 1000 South, Bountiful, for about 90 minutes while police officers and bomb sniffing dogs searched for other devices.
The devices were made from toilet bowl cleaner and aluminum foil, officials said.
No one was hurt and there was no damage.
According to the court website, Perry has been was cited for two misdemeanors in 2nd District Court in Bountiful. One was for possession of a tobacco by a minor, which was filed in March. The second one was is for lewdness, a class B misdemeanor, and was filed on April 9.