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  • Tuesday, November 22, 2022 - 15:53
    TRIPwire, 22 November 2022 On 21 November 2022, FBI agents arrested a 21-year-old male suspect at his residence in Washington Township after he posted videos online threatening to attack Washington Middle School in California. During a search of the suspect’s home, FBI agents seized a grenade that had been tampered with, eight firearms, two homemade suppressors, and two laptop computers. Dayton Bomb Squad technicians responded to assist and relocated the grenade to a nearby fire station where it was rendered safe. No further device details have been released. The suspect was charged with making interstate threats and the investigation is ongoing.
  • Tuesday, November 22, 2022 - 15:50
    TRIPwire, 22 November 2022 On 22 November 2022, a vehicle-borne IED (VBIED) was functioned inside a police compound in Narathiwat Province, killing one police officer and injuring at least 29 others, including civilians. According to officials, an unidentified suspect dressed as a police officer parked the VBIED inside the compound prior to the explosion. No further device details have been released. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack, and the investigation is ongoing.
  • Monday, November 21, 2022 - 15:04
    TRIPwire, 21 November 2022 On 20 November 2022, at approximately 0811 hours local time, Polk County Sheriff's Office (PCSO) deputies responded to a residence in north Lakeland after a suspect threw seven improvised incendiary devices (IIDs), described as Molotov cocktails, at the residence, causing damage to the roof. No further device details have been released. The 30-year-old male suspect fled the scene in his vehicle which led to a pursuit that ended in Hillsborough County. The suspect exited his vehicle and attempted to run while carrying a fully loaded AR-15 rifle and a handgun before PCSO deputies opened fire, incapacitating him. The suspect was arrested and transported to a local hospital to be treated for gunshot wounds. He was charged with attempted first-degree murder, arson, firebombing, and resisting arrest.
  • Monday, November 21, 2022 - 15:03
    TRIPwire, 21 November 2022 On 18 November 2022, the Police Service of Northern Ireland’s Paramilitary Crime Task Force executed searches at three residential properties and a business in the Lower Newtownards Road area and discovered three pipe bombs and eight handguns. No further device details have been released. According to authorities, four male suspects were arrested in connection to the operation targeting the East Belfast Ulster Volunteer Force. The 51-year-old, 47-year-old, and 34-year-old suspects were charged with possession of explosives in suspicious circumstances and possession of explosives with intent to endanger life, among other charges. The 49-year-old suspect was charged with possession of articles for use in terrorism, among other charges.
  • Monday, November 21, 2022 - 15:00
    TRIPwire, 21 November 2022 On 20 November 2022, at approximately 0615 hours local time, Regina Police Service (RPS) officers conducted a traffic stop on King Street and discovered an improvised incendiary device (IID), described as a Molotov cocktail, in the side compartment of the front door. The RPS Explosive Disposal Unit was called to assist and dispose of the device. No further device details have been released. The vehicle was searched, where a .22 caliber sawed-off rifle was also discovered. A 24-year-old male suspect was charged with unlawful possession of explosives and possession of a weapon dangerous to public peace, among other firearm charges. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Monday, November 21, 2022 - 14:58
    TRIPwire, 21 November 2022 On 19 November 2022, an IED described as a “pressure cooker bomb” prematurely functioned in an auto rickshaw in Mangaluru, injuring the 40-year-old suspect and the driver, and damaging the vehicle. According to media reporting, the IED was a pressure cooker fitted with a detonator, wires, and batteries that were used to trigger the blast which investigators identified as a “low-intensity IED explosion”. A subsequent search of the suspect’s Mysore home uncovered bomb-making materials (BMM) identified as gelatin powder, circuit boards, tiny bolts, batteries, mobile phones, aluminum multimeters, cables, mixing jars, pressure cookers, and other components. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Friday, November 18, 2022 - 14:33
    TRIPwire, 18 November 2022 On 11 November 2022, at approximately 2159 hours local time, Ridley Township Police Department (RTPD) officers responded to Sellers Avenue in Ridley Park after a roadside IED was functioned. No further device details have been released, and no injuries were reported. Delaware County CID Detectives, ATF agents, and the Montgomery County Explosives Unit responded to assist. Authorities conducted a search of the area, and no secondary devices were discovered. On 17 November, RTPD announced the arrest of two suspects in connection with the explosion.
  • Friday, November 18, 2022 - 14:30
    TRIPwire, 18 November 2022 On 12 November 2022, unidentified suspects threw an improvised incendiary device (IID), described as a bottle with an incendiary mixture, through the fence of the Russian Embassy in Warsaw. No further device details have been released, and no injuries or damage was reported.
  • Friday, November 18, 2022 - 14:28
    TRIPwire, 18 November 2022 On 18 November 2022, at approximately 0315 hours local time, unidentified suspects used explosives to target an ATM in a building that also serves as the local police headquarters in Castelu, Constanța County, and fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash. The blast destroyed the ATM and damaged the building housing it. No injuries were reported, and no further details about the explosives were released. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Friday, November 18, 2022 - 14:26
    TRIPwire, 18 November 2022 On 17 November 2022, at approximately 2300 hours local time, a roadside IED was functioned in Mount Carmel Heights, Strabane, damaging a Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) vehicle. No further device details were provided and two PSNI officers were uninjured as they were on routine patrol when the explosion occurred. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack, and the investigation is ongoing.