Wichita Two of three men who are facing federal charges related to explosions that damaged two apartment buildings last week have been released on bond.
Nathan L. Gunter, Antonio J. Ray and Daniel Collins, all 18, each was charged Friday with two counts of using explosives to damage property.
On Wednesday, Ray and Gunter were released on bond, while a detention hearing for Collins was continued until Monday.
Authorities have said they don't believe the blasts Friday were acts of terrorism. No one was injured.
The three suspects are accused of causing an explosion at a middle school, where school was not in session, and at two apartment complexes.