Kimball Man Charged After 5 Home-Made Bombs Found During Probation Check

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

 was charged with eight counts of reckless endangerment, one for each person living in the home at 199 Allen Lane.

Authorities said Owens cooperated with authorities and was taken into custody without incident.

Officers also found weapons and materials to make more bombs.

The Chattanooga bomb squad was called in on Monday night to safely detonate the bombs..

Owens is on probation for theft over $1,000.

 

 

 

 

Police arrested Christopher Owens, who lives at the home. Eight other people were living in the house, including children.

Chief Allison says Owens was taken into custody without resistance, and cooperated with officers. Police cleared the scene around 10:00pm Central Time.

Owens has been charged with eight counts of reckless endangerment, one for each of the people.

Kimball Police say Owens was on probation for theft over $1,000.

 

 

 

 

Police arrested Christopher Owens, who lives at the home. Eight other people were living in the house, including children.

Chief Allison says Owens was taken into custody without resistance, and cooperated with officers. Police cleared the scene around 10:00pm Central Time.

Owens has been charged with eight counts of reckless endangerment, one for each of the people.

Kimball Police say Owens was on probation for theft over $1,000.



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