Ahmad Rahami, 28, (right, in his arrest mugshot) has been charged with five counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer and two gun charges after he was captured in an FBI shootout following the terror attacks in New York and New Jersey over the weekend.Bail has been set at .2 million and he remains in hospital.
That bag, police say, contained the shrapnel-packed pressure-cooker explosive - similar to those used in the Boston Marathon bombing - which he used in the attack.
The 28-year-old was arrested around 11am on Monday, after a bar owner in Linden, New Jersey found him passed out in the waterproofed lobby entrance to his business and called 911.
When police arrived on the scene, Rahami brandished a weapon and started shooting at the cops - injuring four.
Officers shot Rahami in the right shoulder (center) and he was taken from the scene in an ambulance, handcuffed to a stretcher.
Jon Benet Ramsey was killed by her older brother Burke and it was covered up by her parents after a fight over a midnight snack of pineapple, investigators have claimed.
The six-year-old's mother Patsy Ramsey called 911 on December 26, 1996 to report that her six-year-old daughter had been kidnapped from her family's home in Boulder, Colorado.Burke Ramsey and his parents have always denied any involvement in Jon Benet's death.But a team of experts re-examined evidence in the 20-year-old case in a two-part CBS documentary The Case Of: Jon Benet Ramsey, which concluded on Monday night.The team presented their conclusions in the final minutes of the program, saying the evidence points to Burke Ramsey, who was nine at the time.Police officers Angel Padilla, left, Peter Hammer, right, and Mark Kahana, centre, were all injured in the line of duty during a shootout with Ahmad Khan Rahami on Monday.The 28-year-old suspect has since been charged with five counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer and two gun charges.