Additional explosives found in Sudbury apartment

Greater Sudbury Police have found additional explosives in a Sudbury apartment building.

Constable Kaitlyn Dunn says last Friday, a second search warrant for a unit was executed and additional explosives found.

On Saturday explosive experts removed over 30 explosives, which were detonated in a safe location.

A 36-year-old woman has been charged with possession of explosives and possession of explosives for an unlawful purpose.

Dunn adds back on February 5th charges were laid following a verbal argument at the building on Reginald Street where threats were made, and guns brandished.

A man was arrested and charged with several offences including dangerous weapons possession, unauthorized possession of a firearm, careless use of a firearm, death threats, obstruction and four counts of theft under $5,000, as well as breach.

Some explosives were also found inside a unit at that time.

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