The U.S. Attorney's Office has filed charges against Roden that include malicious damage to federal property by use of explosives, destruction of federal property, use of explosive to commit a federal felony and destruction of federal property.
The FBI has confirmed that an explosive device was detonated at an air force recruiting centre near the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
"There's no doubt that military offices have been targeted in shootings and explosions in the past, but we also see people blowing off their fingers or blowing up their garages", Davis said.
As noted, on the scene arrived police and agents of the Bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives (ATA).
"We can confirm that we have taken into custody a person of interest in regard to the bombing at the USAF Recruiting Center last night", the FBI's field office tweeted.
Federal investigators from several different departments responded to the explosion.
Debris after an explosion at a recruiting center in Bixby, Oklahoma. She says he was deployed with the Air Force, but that she didn't know where.
As he was taken in to custody, workers replaced the shattered door at the recruitment office.
Security cameras at a nearby restaurant in the same plaza as the recruitment center reportedly captured surveillance footage of the explosion. "Roden blamed the U.S. Air Force for preventing him from being accepted by the U.S. Marines".
Federal Bureau of Investigation agents found Roden at the Sand Dollar Apartments near 61st and Riverside Tuesday afternoon and took him into custody. Law enforcement agents are reportedly following up on the potential lead.