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ANCHORAGE — A man accused of leaving a fake bomb in the driveway of an acquaintance in Wasilla is facing a felony charge of making terror threat.
Alaska State Troopers say their investigation of the device Sunday led them to arrest 32-year-old Seyran Andreasyan of Wasilla.
The Anchorage Daily News reports an explosives disposal team from Elmendorf Air Force Base dismantled the device. It was made of foil, tape, electric wires, a digital timer and other household items.
Trooper spokeswoman Megan Peters said the victim and defendant were acquaintances and had some sort of falling out.