A 27-year-old Ganmain man will face Wagga Local Court this morning after police raided his home in Langham Street, Ganmain on Wednesday afternoon

A 27-year-old Ganmain man will appear in Wagga Local Court on Thursday after a police raid on his residence in Langham Street, Ganmain on Wednesday afternoon.

The Sydney Bomb Squad was deployed following the discovery of a home-made bomb, along with ammunition, cannabis, pills and hydroponic lamps and equipment following a search warrant.

The bomb was defused by 8.45pm on Wednesday.

The man has been charged with five offences; posses a military style weapon, and possess ammunition without a licence, two counts of cultivating a prohibited plant and one count of possessing a prohibited plant.

Police arrested the man on Wednesday afternoon when it’s understood he returned to the house after work.

Nearby Langham Street residents were not evacuated, but were surprised a bomb had been found near their homes.


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