Kentucky Deputies Discover Pipe Bomb, Murder Plans at Home of Police Imposter

At the house, investigators said they found a pipe bomb, spiked weapons, booby traps, a makeshift spike strip, firearms, police equipment and weapons, and plans for kidnapping and murder plots.

A Nelson County, Kentucky, man is in jail after police said his use of police equipment led them to discoveries of murder plots, bombs and more.

According to the Nelson County Sheriff's Department, 22-year-old Mason Johnson allegedly used police equipment to stop a vehicle Sunday morning, WLKY reports.

Based on that complaint, deputies were granted a warrant to search Johnson's home in New Haven.

At the house, investigators said they found a pipe bomb, spiked weapons, booby traps, a makeshift spike strip, firearms, police equipment and weapons, and plans for kidnapping and murder plots.

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