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KHP Unit Works to Remove Grenade from Pittsburg Home

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Update (4/3/2018):  Pittsburg Deputy Chief of Police Brent Narges tells KOAM News that an explosion tonight was caused by the Kansas Highway Patrol detonating a grenade at the Pittsburg Police Department gun range.

(4/3/2018):

Authorities in Pittsburg respond to a unattended death and discover a military style grenade at a home near 20th and North Michigan.

According to Deputy Chief of Police Brent Narges, after finding the grenade, they called the Kansas Highway Patrol Emergency Services Unit. They will be attempting to safely remove the grenade from the scene.

At this time, police say nothing appears suspicious about the death.

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