Ron Hirsch

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Suspect Pleads Not Guilty In Santa Monica Synagogue Blast

A homeless man accused of setting off an explosive device outside a Santa Monica synagogue last month pleaded not guilty Monday to four federal felony charges.

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Ron Hirsch boarded a Greyhound bus Thursday, the same day as the explosion outside the Santa Monica synagogue, the FBI reported. Authorities said Hirsch purchased a Greyhound bus ticket to New York, where he is believed to have family, but was later found in the Cleveland area. (credit: CBS)

Federal Grand Jury Indicts Santa Monica Synagogue Blast Suspect

A homeless man has been indicted on charges of planting an explosive that detonated outside a synagogue in Santa Monica last month.


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Suspect In Synagogue Blast Brought Back To SoCal

A man suspected of causing an explosion at a Santa Monica synagogue has been ordered held without bond in a Riverside court.


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Chabad House Bomb Suspect Charged With Four Felony Counts

The man suspected in last week’s explosion outside the Chabad House synagogue in Santa Monica was charged with four felony counts today as county and federal prosecutors sought his extradition from Ohio, where he was arrested.


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FBI Nabs Synagogue Blast Suspect In Cleveland

Authorities have reportedly apprehended the homeless man suspected of setting off a homemade explosive device next to a Santa Monica Jewish center in Cleveland.

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Transient Accused In Blast Near Jewish Center Still At Large

Santa Monica police want the public to be on the lookout for a transient suspected in an explosion outside a Santa Monica synagogue last week.


The LA Times is reporting an explosion once thought an accident was an intentional act. (Credit: CBS)

Police Name Suspect In Blast Near Santa Monica Synagogue

Police are hunting a suspect in a blast outside a California synagogue and community center that was initially believed to be an industrial accident. Area Jewish organizations were urged to be extra vigilant.