A Burns man is free on $50,000 bond after he and five other executives of a Louisiana company were charged with improperly storing millions of pounds of explosives. 65-year-old David Fincher of Spicer Road in Burns and five other executives of Explo Systems Inc. were indicted earlier this month by a grand jury in Webster Parish, Louisiana, after an inspection discovered millions of pounds of military grade propellant and explosives were not properly stored. Fincher is identified as the president of Explo Systems, which, according to its website, is a veteran-owned company specializing in demilitarizing and recovering explosives and propellant. There was an explosion at the company’s facility at Camp Minden, Louisiana, in October and during a follow-up inspection by state police in November over 10 million pounds of M6 propellant and other explosive materials was determined to be improperly stored at the former Louisiana Army Ammunition Plant, leading to an evacuation of the nearby town of Doyline. In May, both the states of Louisiana and Mississippi revoked Explo Systems’ explosives licenses, although the company has filed suit to get them back. Fincher and five other company executives are each charged with five felony counts of improperly storing explosives and five conspiracy counts. In addition to Fincher, the indicted company executives live in Kentucky and Louisiana and were all allowed to turn themselves in at the Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office before being released on bond.