The Boston Police bomb squad responded early Sunday to an explosion in East Boston that sent a person to the hospital.
Police won’t name the suspect.
But they called the FBI in to investigate. ?
Are they covering up another possible terrorist attack?https://t.co/Ro5Hecfn5o
— Laura Loomer (@LauraLoomer) July 8, 2018
Breaking: Police have found weapons, including an assault rifle, in a Boston apartment after an explosion occurred in the apartment last night. One man was seriously injured from the explosion. The FBI is reportedly investigating the incident. pic.twitter.com/RgGFX72lPk
— PM Breaking News (@PMBreakingNews) July 8, 2018
CBS Video on the bust of the suspect. (I cannot get it to play yet)
An explosion at a triple-decker home in East Boston early Sunday morning left a man with second-degree burns in critical condition, police said.
The man is considered a person of interest in the incident and is in critical, but stable condition, according to Boston police.
Commissioner William Evans said police found weapons inside the second floor of the 88 Webster St. home, where they responded at about 12:40 a.m. The blast created a hole in the floor and the walls have been blown out.
Thank you Gates of Vienna