The documents, which were used to get a warrant to search the home and car of the 18 year old Spruce Grove man who brought the pipe bomb to the airport, also reveal a security operations manager actually opened the device on his desk and threw out most of the contents.A police report in the documents states an officer with the RCMP Explosives Disposal Unit (EDU) described the pipe bomb as an improvised explosive device (IED) and said “had it exploded, it could have been lethal.”A second report by another EDU officer who tested the device described it as a five inch long galvanized steel pipe with steel caps on both ends and a long green cord used as a fuse and containing black gun powder.”The device, if it were filled with any type of gun powder, would have the potential to cause death or serious bodily harm to anybody within close proximity to it,” says the report, adding further tests would be done to determine the extent of damage the device would have caused if it was initiated inside a pressurized aircraft.The documents also detail how some of the security staff did not realize the device was a pipe bomb and how it was offered back to the man who brought it into the airport, placed in a forfeit ban after he refused to take it, and then left on a CATSA trainer’s desk over the weekend.On Sept. 20, airport security officials first spotted the pipe bomb on the X ray screen that scans carry on bags at the airport. After Skylar Murphy refused to take it back, he was allowed to board his flight to Mexico along with his mother, who works for Corrections Canada, and her fiance, an Alberta sheriff who works at the Legislature.Murphy was charged with being in possession of an explosive substance when he returned to Edmonton a week later.
“Violations of the alternate side parking ordinance are punishable by fines of $20 and $60 during a Snow Emergency,” Dreckmann said. “To avoid fines people should park their cars on the proper side of the street. Residents should also remove seldom used vehicles, boats and other trailers from the streets now to avoid fines.”.
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The charging documents show that during the attack, Caldwell received messages about lawmakers being “in the tunnels” under the Capitol. The remarks by Mahmoud Alavi mark a rare occasion that a government official says Iran could reverse its course on the nuclear program. The verdict: On Friday, Clark County District Court Judge Tierra Jones sentenced Krystal Whipple to prison for the death of 51 year old Nhu “Annie” Ngoc Nguyen, the reports.