Agents blow up explosives from Browns’ Plainfield property

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The U.S. Marshal for New Hampshire says officers searching the home of convicted tax evaders Ed and Elaine Brown have found many dangerous items.

Marshal Stephen Monier says searches of the Browns’ home and 110-acre property in Plainfield revealed booby traps in the woods, weapons and ammunition in the house and many homemade bombs inside and outside.

Last week, explosives experts from Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and Explosives removed a load of homemade bombs and detonated them in a gravel pit near the Connecticut River.

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