Ex-Boyfriend of Woman Killed in Explosion at Her Aliso Viejo Spa to Remain in Custody

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Saying that he posed a possible flight risk and danger to the community, a federal judge on Monday ruled that the former boyfriend of a woman who was killed in an explosion at her Aliso Viejo spa should remain in custody without the possibility of bail.

Ildiko Krajnyak and Stephen Beal are shown in a photo from his Facebook page on June 11, 2017.

Ildiko Krajnyak and Stephen Beal are shown in a photo from his Facebook page on June 11, 2017.

Stephen Beal of Long Beach has not been charged in connection with the explosion last week that killed Ildiko Krajnyak. Instead, he faces one count of possessing an unregistered destructive device.

During a brief appearance in court Monday afternoon, Beal wore a neon orange and khaki-colored jail jumpsuit and handcuffs, which were removed for the hearing. He did not enter a plea and his attorney declined to comment.

Krajnyak, 48, was killed Tuesday when a cardboard package blew up at the Magyar Kozmetika spa. The explosion tore open the ceiling and buckled the floor. Body parts flew into the parking lot.

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