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CCSO: 3 suspects arrested for homemade bomb explosions

Christian Campos Christian Campos
Jose Hernandez Jose Hernandez
Victoria Mast Victoria Mast
FLAGSTAFF, AZ (CBS5) -

Three suspects have been arrested for allegedly causing explosions in Coconino County.

The Coconino County Sheriff's Deputies were called to a home near Williams by a witness who reported explosions and harassment for a fourth time within days.

The witness told deputies he could hear as many as three loud explosions in close range of his home.

Detectives discovered the chemical bombs created by placing some type of volatile chemical in the bottle and sealing it with aluminum foil.

The witness reported that the explosions happened on Jan. 21, 22, 23 and 29. Deputies learned Williams police officers were investigating several incidents where eggs were thrown at parked vehicles within Williams city limits and authorities believed they could be related.

Jose Manuel Hernandez, 20, Christian Campos, 18, and Victoria Mast, 18, were arrested for two counts of weapon misconduct and two counts of harassment on each suspect.

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