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Police: Materials, documents to make explosive found at apartment

Published On: Mar 22 2014 03:33:47 PM CDT   Updated On: Mar 23 2014 08:55:54 AM CDT

Photo courtesy Chad Tetting

MADISON, Wis. -

Police said a Wauwatosa man is in custody after officers found materials to make an explosive device at a Madison residence.

The Madison Police Department said it received a report of suspicious material in an apartment on the 10 block of North Brooks Street at 2:02 p.m. Saturday.

Officers found items and documents indicating the manufacturing of an explosive device.

Police arrested 20-year-old Andrew T. Cockerham on suspicion of possession of an explosive device.

Police seized the explosive manufacturing materials and stabilized them, according to the report.

Madison police said there is no ongoing threat to the community and the investigation continues.

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