(AP) — A Montana man has changed his plea to guilty after he caused an ATM to explode in Missoula.
57-year-old Guy Culligan appeared in federal court Thursday to enter the new plea. Authorities say he was charged with malicious use of explosive material.
Authorities say Culligan poured gasoline on a First Security Bank ATM and lit it on fire causing an explosion.
Prosecutors say Culligan faces up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.