HAMILTON, Ohio - Hamilton police arrested a man for allegedly having multiple "IED-type" of devices inside his home after a search warrant was executed Wednesday night.
"It almost looks like this person was ready for war," said Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones.
On Oct. 31, undercover officers met with Jeffrey Fellman in the 1500 block of Main Street in Hamilton to exchange two IEDs (improvised explosive devices). Police say Fellman handed over two modified grenades to the undercover officers. He was arrested at the scene and a search warrant was issued for Fellman's Hanover Township residence.
"The devices here aren't made to scare people, these devices were made to kill people," said Jones.
Hamilton police, along with the Butler County Sheriff's Office Bomb Squad, responded to the 2400 block of Hamilton Richmond Road where they discovered multiple IEDs, including modified grenades, PVC pipe bombs and other bomb making materials.
“This is exactly the outcome that occurs when agencies pull together and combine their expertise and skills," said Hamilton Police Chief Scrimizzi.
Fellman was charged with two counts of possession of dangerous ordinances, a fifth degree felony. His bond was set at $50,000 and has a preliminary hearing on Nov. 8 at 1 p.m.
The case remains under investigation.
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