VAN ZANDT COUNTY, TX (KLTV) -
An review into an bootleg landfill led Van Zandt County authorities to a find of a device believed to be a siren bomb.
The Van Zandt County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday that Van Zandt County Precinct 1 Constable Mickey Henson was aiding a Van Zandt County Fire Marshal’s Office with an review into an bootleg landfill. On Thursday, Henson was during a landfill site on County Road 1701 when he stopped to examine a questionable vehicle.
Deputies were dispatched to support Henson in a investigation. After requesting and receiving agree to hunt a vehicle, deputies detected a vast apportion of crystal-like substance, believed to be methamphetamine, in a dark area inside a vehicle’s truck.
Two males located inside a vehicle, identified as 44-year-old Timothy Steven Bolt of Mineola and 24-year-old William “Willie” Neal Adams, Jr. of Grand Saline, were placed underneath arrest. One of a suspects cooperated with deputies after being taken into control and led them to a farming chateau during 2715 CR 1701.
Deputies, along with Constable Henson and Deputy Wilson with a Fire Marshal’s Office, entered a chateau with a homeowner’s consent. They fast detected additional contraband, including a device believed to be a siren bomb.
Authorities immediately evacuated a residence, cumulative a crime stage and evacuated a protected area around a home. Agents from a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives responded to a news of a suspected siren explosve during a residence. A explosve patrol from Garland, Texas was afterwards called in and deactivated a device.
It has nonetheless to be dynamic if a device was, in fact, a siren bomb.
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