Army sent to handle unexploded ordnance found by contractor at Pasadena residence

December 09, 2004

An Army bomb squad unit yesterday attempted to dispose of unexploded military ordnance that was found at a Pasadena residence, an Anne Arundel County Fire Department spokesman said.

A contractor doing excavation work unearthed the ordnance at 7903 Camp Road and notified county police about 11:30 a.m., said County Fire Division Chief John M. Scholz.

The matter was referred to the county fire marshal, then the state bomb squad, which requested military assistance at about 3 p.m. from Andrews Air Force Base, he said.

Members of the military bomb squad were still on the scene early last night.

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