(Durant-AP) -- A Durant man has been arrested and charged with detonating an acetylene bomb outside the Durant women's crisis shelter.
The bomb exploded inside a trash bin late Saturday night.
Police connected the scorched trash bin to the remains of the bomb, which is made from acetylene gas used primarily in cutting torches.
A woman at the shelter alerted police that her husband might have been involved.
A search warrant for the home of Donald Craig Baxter revealed bomb-making components, and Baxter was placed under arrest.
A bomb expert says the acetylene was as powerful as about half a stick of dynamite and could have seriously injured someone standing nearby.
Baxter's bond has been set at $100,000.