ATF investigation underway after more than 2 dozen pipe bombs found

Gregory Haasze turned himself in as authorities investigated a call about an explosion in Boynton Beach, Florida. He allegedly said he’s been making bombs for years and did not intend harm.
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Transcript for ATF investigation underway after more than 2 dozen pipe bombs found
To the index down a Florida man under arrest allegedly found with more than to a dozen explosives. Gregory Hayes turned himself in. As police investigate a call by an explosion Boynton Beach several other devices reportedly discovered some contained screws and metal pellets mixed with explosives. He's allegedly told police he's been making homemade bombs for years and did not intend to harm anyone.

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