SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Cody Wiggs, the Sacramento man accused of setting off pipe bombs has been denied bail as he sits in jail on multiple charges.

The 23-year-old man is being held on two felony counts of possession of a destructive device or explosive in a public place and a misdemeanor charge of possession of a concealed dirk or dagger, according to Sacramento County Mail Jail’s booking information. He’s also facing a $25,000 arrest warrant out of Stockton.

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At a court hearing on Tuesday, Wiggs’ bail was officially changed to “no bail” because of the severity of his charges and his prior run-ins with the law, a court public information officer told CBS13.

Cody Wiggs (credit: Lodi Police Department)

Wiggs was arrested following two separate incidents where pipe bombs were detonated in vehicles.

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The first incident happened on January 23. Sacramento police officers responded to the 4000 block of 34th Street to investigate a reported explosion. When they arrived, officers found a car that had significant damage consistent with an explosion from inside.

Then on the evening of January 28, police received the report of a possible explosion, this time near 20th Avenue and 32nd Street.

He’s scheduled to appear in court on February 15 at 8:30 a.m.

No stranger to the law, Wiggs was arrested in 2017 in Lodi for possessing a loaded gun and methamphetamine. Court records show he was sentenced to 90 days in a work project in 2021 for possessing a dagger. In San Joaquin County, he has been accused of domestic violence and arrested four other times on drug, gun, and vandalism charges.

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