Placer student arrested in Auburn bomb blasts
(Auburn Journal) A Placer High school student is in custody in connection with making and detonating three incendiary devices.
Auburn police officers responded to the Regal Cinemas on Nevada Street around 1:45 p.m. Wednesday after receiving a report that a bomb had been detonated in the parking lot.
Sgt. Chris Reams of the Auburn Police Department said the Placer County bomb squad was called in to evaluate the remains of the explosion.
The unidentified teen used a 2-liter bottle filled with a “concoction” and used aluminum foil as a reactive agent, he said. Officials declined to provide specific information about the make up of the bombs.
While investigating the initial explosion school officials reported a second detonation near the Placer High’s football field.
A similar device was detonated in the back of a silver pickup. No one was injured in any of the explosions and damage to the truck was minimal.
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