Police said they found six explosive devices inside the home of a Chattanooga man after he was stopped in Nebraska by a trooper and found with 45 pounds of marijuana.
Joshua Paul Panther, 31, has since been brought back to Chattanooga to face charges of possession of explosive components and possession of marijuana for resale.
A search was made of his home at 7710 Aspen Lodge Way the same day (Oct. 29) he was stopped by the trooper.
The search also turned up 598 grams of marijuana and about $8,000 in cash.
A bomb squad was called in to remove the explosive devices.