NEW YORK – A former New York Metropolis highschool math trainer and his twin brother have admitted to stockpiling explosive supplies and paying college students to assist them make bombs.
Christian Toro and Tyler Toro, each of the Bronx, pleaded responsible in Manhattan federal courtroom Monday to federal explosive fees.
The 28-year-old brothers had been arrested in February after a bomb risk was referred to as right into a Harlem constitution college by college students. Christian shortly resigned from the varsity, and prosecutors say college officers found bomb-making directions on his laptop computer.
Authorities say brokers raided the brothers’ house and located quite a few elements to make explosives. They are saying the 2 additionally paid college students to dismantle fireworks and retailer the explosive powder.
They every withstand 10 years in jail after they’re sentenced on March 26.