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UNION, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A Union Township, N.J. man was arrested Monday, after authorities found an improvised explosive device and other weaponry Monday at his home.

Alfred Intrabartolo, 62, was charged Monday with second-degree unlawful possession of a weapon, second-degree certain persons not to own firearms, and third-degree possession of a destructive device, according to the Union County Prosecutor’s office. He was being held on $250,000 cash bail late Monday afternoon, and other charges were pending.

Last week, neighbors called police to complain about someone setting off low-grade explosive devices in a neighborhood near the Route 22 corridor in Union, prosecutors said. On Monday, authorities set up a surveillance operation, and allegedly caught Intrabartolo tossing an explosive device that looked like a large firecracker out of a moving vehicle.

Intrabartolo was arrested, and police found a loaded .32-caliber handgun and other explosives in his vehicle, prosecutors said.

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