March explosive device suspect named and will appear again in Peterborough Magistrates next week

PUBLISHED: 10:12 12 October 2017 | UPDATED: 12:32 12 October 2017

Tris Jackson of Badgeney Road, March is charged with making explosive substances for unlawful purposes.

Tris Jackson of Badgeney Road, March is charged with making explosive substances for unlawful purposes.

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A 44 year old man appeared at court charged with making explosive substances for unlawful purposes.

Tris Jackson, of Badgeney Road, March, appeared at Peterborough Magistrates Court where his case was adjourned.

A Cambridgeshire Police spokesman said: “Jackson has been remanded and will appear again on October 20.”

He is charged with the offence following an early morning arrest just after midnight on Sunday 8 and into the early hours of Monday 9.

Police say the time of his arrest was 12.30am.

Incident response units, ambulance, police and a fire engine, alongside bomb disposal experts, waited for around six hours before moving in to arrest the man.

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