Fairfield man charged with possessing explosives said he had detonation cords for rockets and chemicals used in the bombings of the World Trade Center in New York in 1993 and a federal office building in Oklahoma City in 1995, according to police. The arrest warrant says he laimed to be making a bomb for Rolling Stones rocker Keith Richards.
A Fairfield resident today was charged with illegal possession of explosives, manufacturing bombs, and reckless endangerment.
Local, state, and federal officials today removed explosive materials, devices, dozens of guns, and large amounts of ammunition from a house on Bronson Road in Fairfield.
Vehicle and pedestrian traffic was detoured and a nearby house was evacuated Friday night after a knapsack containing what appeared to be two pipe bombs was found outside the Waterbury Police Department. The discovery was […]
Two teenagers are under arrest after Plainfield police say they were seen setting off an explosive device Friday morning in the backyard of a Canterbury Road residence.
Booby trapped house gets Berlin man more than 8 years in prison.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ A man faces sentencing for illegally possessing automatic machine guns, silencers, grenades and improvised explosive devices at his booby-trapped house. Alan D. Zaleski of Berlin will be sentenced Friday in […]
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) – New Haven police say what appeared to be explosive devices found in a city apartment turned out to be fireworks, and they’re questioning the man who lives there. Police say […]