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Police release men who allegedly had dynamite near U.S.-Canada bridge

Police on Tuesday released two men who allegedly had dynamite, a collapsible baton and shotgun shells in their car when officers spotted them videotaping the Ambassador Bridge, the busiest U.S.-Canada border crossing. Neither man was charged with a crime, but the case remains under investigation, said Deputy Police Chief Ronald Haddad. “Obviously, we’re going to wait until we examine all components of this case before we issue a final charge, if any,” Haddad said. The FBI, which had questioned the men, ages 26 and 30, confirmed that they were released Tuesday. “There’s always a possibility (of charges), but nothing has been done yet,” FBI Special Agent Dawn Clenney said Tuesday afternoon. Police said officers arrested the men during a routine patrol late Sunday. The men, who were not identified, also had a tape recorder and photocopies of immigration papers. Full Story

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