A man accused of helping supply makers of a pipe bomb that exploded in a trash can near Downtown Disney last summer was arrested Wednesday by federal firearms agents.
David Allen Tagg, 40, of St. Cloud was charged with one count of aiding and abetting in the possession of a destructive device.
At a bail hearing in Orlando's federal court, Assistant U.S. Attorney Tanya Wilson said Tagg was involved with three others in the July 2 explosion at Walt Disney World. She said Tagg purchased explosive powder for two other people who made the device, and he cooperated with agents from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Orange County Sheriff's Office and FBI.
He was freed on his own recognizance by U.S. Magistrate Karla Spaulding but ordered not to have contact with the other defendants.
Tagg, his stepson Brandon Woll and Michael Morgan, both 21 and from St. Cloud, were indicted by a federal grand jury in April on the single explosive violation. Woll and Morgan are being sought.
Woll's girlfriend, Sarah Folsom, also was involved, Wilson said. But she did not elaborate. ATF officials would not comment.
In October, Crimeline received a tip leading to the arrest of Woll, a server at the Swan and Dolphin hotels, on state charges of leaving a pipe bomb along State Road 417 near John Young Parkway. It was found Oct. 24. State charges against Woll were dropped so federal charges could be pursued.