The FBI has taken one man into custody in connection with the bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building that left 168 dead. Another man is still being sought.
Timothy McVeigh was stopped for a traffic violation in Perry, Oklahoma, 75 minutes after the bomb blast. He has been charged with the bombing by the Justice Department.
Terry Nichols, surrendered voluntarily in Herrington, Kansas, the day after the explosion. He was charged with the bombing May 10. His brother, James Nichols has been charged with conspiracy. He and his brother allegedly aided McVeigh in the plot.
Steven Garrett Colbern of Oxnard, California, was taken into custody May 13 for questioning on an unrelated complaint. The FBI has indicated he is not John Doe #2.