Explosives Found Outside Home Of Corbin Police Chief

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 5/01/2013 8:58 pm
No arrests yet after an explosive device was found outside the Police Chief's home in Corbin.

State Police say the device included two hand grenades with the pins pulled and the fuses tied together with parachute cord.

State Police detonated it.

The person who made the bomb could be charged with use of a weapon of mass destruction.

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