A Florida militia leader pleaded innocent in Tampa to federal charges that he planned to blow up electric power lines in Florida and Georgia. Donald Beauregard, 31, of St. Petersburg, was arrested Dec. 8 after he was indicted by a federal grand jury in Tampa on six criminal charges. The indictment alleges that he planned to steal explosives from National Guard armories in Florida to blow up power transmission towers and lines near Tampa and Atlanta.
Militia Leader Pleads Not Guilty in Plot
From Times Wire Reports