Friday 20 Oct 2017

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Explosives Found In Wayne County Barn

A Wayne County resident makes an incendiary discovery. A landowner on the 200-block of Ebenezer Church Road west of Goldsboro was cleaning a barn area Thursday morning when they found what appeared to be old blasting materials.  The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office was notified of the incident, and the Explosive Ordinance Disposal Team from the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base responded to the scene.  The team reportedly found three blasting caps and 30 sticks of explosives inside the barn.  The EOD Team found the blasting materials would be safe to move, so the explosives are being taken to a safe area to be disposed of.

Stay tuned to Goldsboro Daily News for pictures from the scene.

3 Comments

  1. Citizenry says:

    Another reason to stay far away from:”desireable Rosewood Schools District.” What those realtors should say, and really mean, is: we hate everyone not like us, and we’ll shoot and blow you up if you start busing out here with our “community schools.Support ignorance”!

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  2. Gwen Allen says:

    Mighty close to where Rocky and Pam live, just saying! He’s always trying to start some trouble with everybody, he better leave well enough alone!!

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  3. Anonymous says:

    I can’t believe they found poor Pam sleeping in a barn. I guess she got confused from working all those long hours and poor nutrition.

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