Suspected Clayton Garage Bomber Already in Prison For Town and Country Crimes
The man indicted for the 2008 bombing in the Carondelet Plaza garage that injured a Clayton attorney is already serving time for crimes committed in Town and Country.
Milton "Skip" Ohlsen III is charged in five counts for the 2008 bombing in the Carondelet Plaza garage that injured a Clayton attorney. Thursday morning, that indictment was unsealed.
Ohlsen is already serving prison time in connection to crimes in Town and Country.
Town and Country police tell Patch that Ohlsen lived in Town and Country at 2309 North Ballas Road.
According to Town and Country Police Captain Gary Hoelzer, Ohlsen was arrested by his officers in 2007 for second-degree domestic assault. Hoelzer said police also seized a gun from Ohlsen at that time.
According to St. Louis County Court documents, Ohlsen later received a 4 year prison term for that domestic assault charge which is running concurrently with sentences from a federal and state case.
He was also a suspect in a 2008 property damage incident at his Town and Country home.
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