The suspects accused of making home-made chemical bombs and leaving them scattered in a Butler County neighborhood are due in court. Three men and a woman are accused with making the devices, some of which blew up.
Police and explosives experts say the bomb-makers could have really hurt someone or even themselves had they been nearby when the bombs went off. The Butler County Sheriff's Department and explosives experts displayed what they confiscated earlier this week from the Lemon Township neighborhood.
Monroe police say nine of the Drano bombs were found by neighbors on Hickory Street. Eight of the bombs blew up. Some of the neighbors say it sounded like gunshots. No one was hurt.
Four people are due to be arraigned today charged with making the explosive devices. Michael Akers, Steven Bolin, Claire Garrett and William Carr, who are all 19 years old, are set to go before a judge. Akers and Carr are both said to be residents of Hickory Street, where the bombs were found, according to our partners at the Hamilton Journal News.