Police find second explosive at Cleveland pipe bomb suspect’s home

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CLEVELAND- The man accused of having a pipe bomb in his car, which shut down part of Interstate 90 on Saturday, appeared in court on Tuesday.

Carl Bradley, 39, of Jefferson, pleaded not guilty to unlawful possession of a dangerous ordinance. His bond was set at $100,000.

During his arraignment, authorities said a second bomb was located at Bradley's Rock Creek home. That device was detonated.

Cleveland Metroparks Rangers pulled over Bradley near the Gordon Boat Ramp  in Cleveland on Saturday. Police said he didn't use a turn signal and he was driving with a suspended license.

Rangers said they found a, “PVC pipe with end caps on both ends,” plus “wires sticking out of one end with electrical tape.” Bradley admitted he was trying to sell the device, Metroparks Rangers said.

The Cleveland Police Bomb Squad detonated the pipe bomb. No one was injured.

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