Authorities now have three people under arrest as they conduct an investigation into unspent anti-tank shells found in a Raleigh metal scrap yard.
A federal agent says three Hispanic men were being held on
immigration violations, but declined to elaborate about the case.
Disposal operations ended Friday at the plant. Raleigh police
said Army experts detonated 34 explosive devices.
Sanford police say they found similar shells at one man's home
and were told it came from the Fort Bragg area.
Two workers at Raleigh Metals Processors were injured Tuesday
when one of the munitions exploded as they sorted through the
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