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Bomb Squad Called in for Decades-Old Howitzer Round in Storage Shed – Police & Fire – East Greenwich, RI Patch

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In another matter Wednesday, Councilman Paul W. Siejak reported that sales tax receipts for January through April were down by nearly $71,000 from the same period a year ago. Since the town has no general property tax, sales tax revenue is a key component of the town budget. But Smith said the town budgeted to receive $150,000 less in sales tax receipts this year than it received in 2013, so there is not yet any crisis afoot. According to the 2014 budget, the town anticipated $2.3 million in sales tax money for the general fund, $2.2 million for the highway fund and $400,000 for the fire protection fund, Budget Officer Kate Carter said.
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ATF agent: Chemicals found in Waseca storage shed in plot case created dangerous situation | Star Tribune

The round stayed at her house, moving along with her from Portsmouth to North Kingstown, where it sat for 20 years before she put it into her storage unit about three weeks ago. With the warmer weather, the woman “became nervous because the container gets very hot in the summer” and was originally planning on bringing the round to police but decided to talk to an officer first, according to a police report. Police arrived at the storage container, cordoned the area off and upon close inspection, saw no evidence the round was a dummy round at all. There was no sign of holes being drilled to empty explosive material and the main body had “flight test” printed on it. The round, which resembles a bomb, had serial numbers and was labeled as a 105 mm round with fins on the bottom that were connected to a device that appeared to be a motor used to deploy them. Police then called the state bomb squad, who investigated the device and made contact with the United States Navy. By this time, a contingent of firefighters, police, the town and state fire marshals had gathered at the scene, blocking the area off.
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Town of Lockport to consider smaller storage facility in wake of fire – City & Region – The Buffalo News

There is no requirement to verify the person ordering them is an adult. People selling the chemicals point out that many legitimate uses exist, he said. A few businesses likely know they’re selling the chemicals to people using them for illegal reasons but they’re good at staying under the ATF’s radar, he said. Authorities have said a 10-pound package of red iron oxide was found in the shed, along with three 5-pound bags of potassium perchlorate, and seven bags containing a combined 10 pounds of aluminum powder. Investigators also found plastic pipes and caps, potential metal shrapnel and a pressure cooker.
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