A Glide man charged with bringing a bomb onto federal property in August was released from jail Tuesday morning after a judge ruled key evidence seized during a stop was illegally obtained. A Veterans Affairs police officer found a homemade explosive fashioned from soda cans, duct tape and gunpowder in Joseph Eugene Campos’ backpack on the Roseburg VA Medical Center campus Aug. 21. Campos, 20, was due to stand trial this week for manufacturing and possessing a destructive device. Instead, Douglas County Circuit Court Judge George Ambrosini ordered him released after finding the officer didn’t have reasonable suspicion to search …
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