A Neillsville man accused of planting pipe bombs in a car near Neillsville last summer has been sentenced to prison.
Thirty-three-year-old Wayne Jensen was sentenced in Clark County Circuit Court on Wednesday to three years in prison and eight years extended supervision.
Jensen was charged with two counts of first degree recklessly endangering safety and possessing explosives.
He was accused of planting pipe bombs in Tom Dyer's car last July. The bomb went off under the seat while Dyer and his girlfriend were driving near Neillsville.
Jensen's wife, Cynthia, who is Dyer's ex-wife, is also charged in the case. She's scheduled to go to trial July 21.