Officer Finds Bomb in Patient’s Bag

UNION COUNTY, S.C. — Police were called to Wallace Thomson Hospital after a hospital security officer discovered an explosive device in a patient’s bag.

The patient, Jeffery Glenn Rash, had a glass bottle with sealant on top and gun powder inside, WYFF reports. Officers later found seven other pipe bombs as they searched Rash’s home.

Rash is charged with possession of explosives/incendiary devices.

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