Accused Airport Dry Ice Prankster Facing Charges

Could get up to six years in prison

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The man accused of planting dry ice bombs at Los Angeles International Airport will face two charges of possession of a destructive device in a public place.

Prosecutors said the suspect, 28-year old Dicarlo Bennett, who works for an airport service company, will be arraigned Thursday, the Associated Press reports.

Nobody was injured in the two dry-ice blasts, which police said Wednesday were meant as a prank. If convicted, Bennett could spend up to six years in prison. He has yet to comment.