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Update on Ontario garden bomb case

By KJ Mullins     Oct 8, 2010 in Crime
Oakville - On Sept. 20 a resident of Oakville in Ontario returned from a walk to find an incendiary device in his garden about the size of a running shoe. Halton Regional Police have arrested a man in connection to the case, the very man who called it in.
The initial investigation resulted in the being evacuated and a search by the police of the area.
On Thursday the police returned to the residence, this time with a search warrant. The investigators located two more of the Incendiary Devices at the location.
On Thursday Halton Regional Police arrested Phillip Allan Bradley, 47, of Oakville for fraud over $5,000, Public Mischief and three counts of Possession of explosive substance.
Bradley is known to the police. The Halton Regional Police Fraud Unit had investigated tow companies Bradley owned, “Go Rent Free Fast” and “GIGOGH” (Get in, Get out, Go home).
According to HRPS Bradley allegedly bilked an investor of $200,000 and converted those funds for his personal use. This investigation is ongoing with police asking for anyone who has dealings with the company to come forward.
Philip Bradley is charged with Fraud Over $5000 as result of this investigation.
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