a utah beauty queen, accused of making and throwing powerful broms and so endangering people's lives, with the help of three other teens. David wright has this story. Reporter: The phrase blonde... See More
a utah beauty queen, accused of making and throwing powerful broms and so endangering people's lives, with the help of three other teens. David wright has this story. Reporter: The phrase blonde bombshell is normally a figure of speech. Not in this case. This morning, a greeny tamara hill is being called the beauty queen bomber. Late friday night, lerl i saturday morning, the people heard explosions. Reporter: They could face charges for throwing incendiary devices at affluent homes in this utah neighborhood. Among the apparent targets, the ex-girlfriend of the boy driving the car. A good, speed, good kid. Wouldn't do anything to fight anybody. Authorities say they made crude bombs, filling plastic platter bottles with water, a cleanless device and aluminum. Gas quickly belds up. And they blow up with enough force to remove a limb. They can use property damage and bodily harm to individuals. Can be deadly in some cases. Reporter: Incendiary bombs are not world peace. Now, her arrest, threatens to scuttle her hopes of becoming miss utah. Miss utah isn't commenting. She could soon face multiple appearances in court. For "good morning america," david wright, abc news, los angeles.
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