AUBURN, Pennsylvania — A northeastern Pennsylvania man is facing charges of possessing improvised explosive devices.
State police said 26-year-old Tony Weiss had 11 improvised explosive devices, or IEDs, inside his South Manheim Township home.
Troopers said the sheriff's department was serving Weiss with an eviction notice on Tuesday when they noticed an illegal shotgun. Troopers said they then searched his home and found the explosives.
Weiss is charged with possessing weapons of mass destruction and is being held in Schuylkill County prison. It couldn't be immediately be determined if he had an attorney.
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