Illegals Playing With Explosives In Raleigh

I rarely mention stuff that occurs on the local level, so, I did not mention the small explosion in the south part of Raleigh the other day. Seems that there were some unexploded ordinance at a scrap metal center off of Garner Rd, and a couple people were injured when one went off. So, they went in, cordoned off the area around the center, and blew the stuff up. Fun! Well, you know guys like stuff that goes boom.

But, guess who was involved? (Raleigh News and Observer)

Meanwhile, local and federal investigators said three men were arrested in Sanford and Harnett County during the hunt for the metal scroungers who sold the munitions to the scrap dealer. It’s unclear how the trio was involved in the case, as federal agents declined Friday to give any details about the investigation, but all three were charged with immigration violations.

Investigators declined to release the names of the three men. Capt. David Smith, a spokesman for the Sanford Police Department, said federal immigration agents had arrested two of them after his department’s SWAT team located them while responding to a request from the Raleigh Police Department.

An ATF agent told the Associated Press Friday that a third man also was arrested during the investigation and charged with entering the United States illegally and with illegal possession of a firearm by a felon.

Oh, joy. Just blowing stuff up that Americans won’t. The two men injured may or may not have been Americans, there is a possibility they are temporary workers, but, they are legals. (yeah, I know that sounds kinda bad)

WRALhas the names of 2 of the illegals, Javier Gomez-Urieta and Salvador Gomez-Urieta. WRAL also has video of the arrests.

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