A court document filed Tuesday by Texas Ranger Anthony Bradford revealed the contents of the car driven by Evan Ebel, including bomb making material. Among the items found in or on the vehicle are “misc. bomb making materials,” found in a black backpack and duffel bag from the Cadillac’s trunk, along with a “document with apparent bomb making instructions.” Clothing items collected include sunglasses, a mask, tan pants with apparent blood stains, shoes, and a Domino’s pizza shirt along with a “heatwave” bag and pizza box. The inventory also included surveillance cameras, three pages of handwritten directions along with apparent letters from “Nate.” It is unclear if “Nate” is connected with Domino’s pizza delivery driver Nathan Leon, who was killed March 17 in Denver. Ebel is a suspect in last Tuesday’s murder of Tom Clements, the director of the Colorado Department of Corrections. Ebel was killed last Thursday following a high speed chase that began with Ebel shooting Montague County deputy James Boyd and ended with a crash at the intersection of U.S. 380 and Business U.S. 380 in Decatur and a shootout with Wise County officers. Ebel later died at a Fort Worth hospital. Boyd is expected to recover.