Police have one person in custody after he allegedly ran into a home when officers tried to contact him.
Officers say they were called to a home on Buckeye Drive, near Woodmen and Rockrimmon, late Monday night on a harassment complaint. Police say they saw a man inside a garage when they got to the home and tried to speak with him, but he ran inside.
The situation dragged well in Tuesday morning after officers spotted suspicious-looking materials in the garage. Police say the powders and containers were "consistent with the manufacturing of explosives." An explosives unit was called to the scene to assist.
Police took suspect Todd Schneider, 38, into custody on the original harassment complaint, as well as three other existing misdemeanor warrants.
The materials found in the garage remain under investigation.
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