No charges are expected after old military explosives were found in a home in Washington.
Police say they got a call Tuesday night and found "objects of possible dangerous nature" in a home on East 12th Street. As a precautionary measure, police contacted ATF agents. The ATF, along with the FBI and the Cherry Point Explosive Ordinance Disposal Unit, removed two small questionable items from the home.
Authorities say there was no danger to surrounding homes and that the resident, who they say is a collector, was cooperative during their investigation.