The girlfriend of a Milford Township man accused of setting off bombs and causing a series of explosions that terrified many residents of rural Upper Bucks County in the spring has been charged as a co-conspirator as part of the ongoing investigation, the Bucks County Office of the District Attorney announced Friday.
Tina May Smith, 31, of the 2400 block of North Old Bethlehem Pike, was arraigned Friday afternoon on a long list of felony and misdemeanor conspiracy counts related to the unlawful possession or manufacturing of weapons of mass destruction, according to a news release from the office.
“An affidavit of probable cause accuses Smith of driving while her boyfriend David Surman Jr. threw improvised explosive devices from an open window of a vehicle,” the release stated.
Smith told police she was with Surman on three such occasions, according to the criminal complaint filed in her case.
Following her preliminary arraignment District Judge Regina Armitage set Smith’s bail at 10 percent of $1 million dollars.
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