Homemade devices confiscated from Westmoreland County home

A man faces charges after homemade IEDs, guns and ammunition were all pulled from a Westmoreland County home. State police said they found the items during a search of the Penn Borough home of Roger Williams. Police said there were enough homemade explosive devices to level a house. “These are homemade devices, and they were done in a nature they could have the potential of being detonated and causing a significant amount of damage,” said Trooper Steve Limani. “That’s obviously dangerous to the public and extremely nerve-wracking.”Because of a prior conviction, Williams is not allowed to have any firearms. He is currently out on bond. He’s also charged in connection with catalytic converter thefts from an RV dealership.

A man faces charges after homemade IEDs, guns and ammunition were all pulled from a Westmoreland County home.

State police said they found the items during a search of the Penn Borough home of Roger Williams. Police said there were enough homemade explosive devices to level a house.

“These are homemade devices, and they were done in a nature they could have the potential of being detonated and causing a significant amount of damage,” said Trooper Steve Limani. “That’s obviously dangerous to the public and extremely nerve-wracking.”

Because of a prior conviction, Williams is not allowed to have any differents. He is currently out on bond.

He’s also charged in connection with catalytic converter thefts from an RV dealership.

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