Man discovers old grenade in home, prompts bomb squad response

first_img Man discovers old grenade in home, prompts bomb squad response IndianaLocalNews By Nick Deranek – September 22, 2020 1 592 Previous articleTuesday is National Voter Registration DayNext articleSouth Bend man, 28, sentenced for weapons charge during drug trafficking Nick Deranek Pinterest Google+ Twitter WhatsApp WhatsApp Google+ Facebook Facebook A member of the Elkhart Police Departments Explosive Ordinance Disposal Unit working on scene. [Photo Provided/Kosciusko County Sheriffs Office] The discovery of what is believed to be an old pineapple hand grenade at a home in Warsaw prompted the response of the bomb squad.Members of the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office and the Elkhart Police Department’s Explosive Ordinance Disposal Unit went to a home in the 200 block of North County Road 175 East, where they say a man was going through old family boxes and came upon the grenade.Bomb technicians performed an x-ray on the object and learned that it did contain a live ordinance. Police took the grenade and placed it into a containment unit and took it away for disposal. Pinterest Twitterlast_img read more