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Archive for Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Eudora releases more details on detonated device

September 18, 2012

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Interim Eudora Police Chief David Burger released more details Tuesday about a suspicious device detonated by a bomb squad Sept. 13 at a Eudora apartment complex.

The device was found by apartment staff in the closet of a vacated apartment at the Greenway Apartment complex, 1516 Greenway Drive, Burger said. Police were contacted at about 1 p.m. on Sept. 13 and the Leavenworth Bomb Squad detonated the device in the parking lot at about 4:30 p.m.

Burger described the device as being about the size of a Mason jar, chemical in nature, and more “incendiary than explosive.”

The tenant who previously lived in the apartment left about a week prior to the discovery, Burger said. At this point, police are attempting to locate the person, whom police believe is now out of state.

The remnants of the device also are being analyzed by police, Burger said.

Comments

kscityrobber 1 year, 7 months ago

Eudora police are corrupt from the floor up. Just google search them. They beat their wives. They choke cab drivers. They use their job to cheat on their wifes. They are a bunch of incompetent misfits.

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b8es 1 year, 7 months ago

So, some guy leaves a jar of paint thinner in a closet and we've got to call in the bomb squad. I hope the Eudora Police never have to look through my garage for any reason.

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