Is Dry Ice A Destructive Device? There is a story from Disneyland in California about some dumb prank about someone who put dry ice in a plastic bottle and left it in the trashcan who was arrested and charged with "possessing a destructive device". My question is, how does one register dry ice or, dry ice in a bottle? In order for someone to be charged with an "destructive device" does it have to be eligible as a destructive device? Are there any dry ice devices in the NFA registry? And yes it was a stupid stunt and someone could have been seriously hurt, but those people making those dry ice stunt videos on Youtube. Couldn't they be charged with "possessing a destructive device" as well? I was curious about the legalities of it all. Thanks http://ktla.com/2013/05/29/toontown-evacuated-after-explosion-at-disneyland/#axzz2Ulkj7gIW "He was arrested late Tuesday and booked on suspicion of possessing a destructive device, according to a news release from the Anaheim Police Department. His bail was set at $1 million.:" "Dry ice appeared to have been placed in a plastic bottle that was left in the trash can, police said."