Investigators ended up noticed carrying products out of a Massachusetts property amid a look for described as an investigation of “most likely hazardous resources.”
The research at a residence on Mansfield Street, in Weymouth, involved local law enforcement, area firefighters, the Massachusetts State Law enforcement Fire and Explosion Investigation Unit, Hazardous Components teams and members of the ATF, according to Office of Fire Products and services spokesperson Jake Wark. The investigation was in response to a “greater than regular quantity of fireworks” at the house.
Fireworks are unlawful in Massachusetts.
A resident of the property stated investigators came to the property at approximately 11:30 a.m. He explained that he handed more than his fireworks, a couple tiny bins, and let them research the home.
“No accidents have been documented, there is no quick risk to the general public, and the resident is cooperating with the investigation,” Wark wrote.
Sugar offers, brown luggage and silver deals ended up among the merchandise introduced out of the residence via the garage and laid on numbered blue tarps in the driveway.