Wisconsin man arrested after explosives found
GERMANTOWN, Wis. — A man was arrested after police say they found a large amount of explosives in a home in the Milwaukee suburb of Germantown.
Police maintained a perimeter around the home overnight Tuesday until a bomb squad could begin its work removing the explosives in the light of day. Authorities arrested a 33-year-old man at the home and evacuated his grandmother as well as neighbors in a 1-block radius.
WISN-TV (http://bit.ly/11BN1TX ) reports neighbors were allowed to return to their homes once police determined the explosives were stable.
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