ALLIANCE -- Police arrest and charge a man in a Valentine's Day incident where a pipe bomb was wrapped in red tissue paper and put under a car.
Police charged David "Turtle" McCoy, 32, of Alliance, with two counts of attempted aggravated murder, two counts of attempted aggravated arson and one count of illegal manufacturing of explosives.
Police believe that he put the device under a man's truck because the man and McCoy's estranged wife were using that vehicle.
The truck owner found the device on West Main Street and pulled it loose before he called police.
Alliance police confirmed that it was a pipe bomb that contained black powder, BBs, wadding and several solid propellant model engines and igniters.
The Summit County Bomb Squad was called and disarmed the bomb without detonating it.
On Thursday about 5:15 p.m., police arrested McCoy after executing a search warrant at his Alliance home.
Police say he was taken into custody without incident and bond was set at $500,000. He will be arraigned in Alliance Municipal Court Friday.