December 5 2013 Latest news:
Lauren Rogers, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, September 8, 2013
A 23-year-old man from Great Yarmouth has been charged under the Explosive Substances Act following the alleged discovery of suspicious materials at an address in the town.
Kane Woodward, of Albion Road, has been remanded in police custody to appear before the town’s magistrates’ court tomorrow morning (Monday).
He has been charged with possession of an explosive substance for unlawful purpose in connection with gunpowder.
Woodward also faces charges of possession of a prohibited weapon in connection with the discovery of a stun gun and possession of a Class B drug cannabis with intent to supply.
The items were recovered by police during the search of an address in Albion Road, near Regent Road, yesterday.
A spokesman for Norfolk police said at no time were members of the public considered to be at risk, and nearby residents were kept informed by local officers during the course of the operation.