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Alleged Dry Ice Bombs Lead to Arrest

An Auburn teen has been arrested and four more could be in trouble for allegedly manufacturing dry ice bombs. Auburn Police Lieutenant Vic Pecoraro says a patrol officer saw a car parked in the area of a closed business Saturday night. The officer found a large plastic bottle in the parking lot resembling a explosive device…
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The dry ice bombs are made by placing quantities of dry ice in a large soda bottle and then adding a liquid that reacts with the dry ice. The result of the rapidly expanding gas causes the plastic bottle to violently rupture. The Lieutenant says the device can cause serious injury or in extreme cases even death.The four people released may still be charged with a crime after the case has been reviewed.

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