Civilian Drives Ordnance Around For Days Before Calling Police

Frederick, Oklahoma Officers at the Tillman County Sheriff's Department called the Fort Sill EOD team to remove an ordnance item from the back of a car. Reportedly the driver brought the round to the Sheriff's office after driving it around for days. The driver told police that he found the round in a ditch and did not think it was dangerous.


Fort Sill EOD confirmed the round was live before detonating it. The Sheriff's office issued a press release urging anyone who finds a military ordnance to leave it alone and call authorities.

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