Maine Bomb Squad Removes Grenade From Vehicle At Police Station
October 06, 2010
The state bomb squad removed a grenade from the car of a man who brought the device to the Southwest Harbor (Maine) PD's station for disposal after finding it in his deceased brother's belongings, reports WCSH6.com.
Officers told the public in the area to, in the future, call the department to have bomb experts retrive a grenade that may be live rather than bringing it to the station.
Read the full story at WCSH6.com.
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