Anti-Tank Missile Found At Georgia Home
Three guesses as to which offense was simply thrown in for good measure:
An anti-tank missile was found under the home of two men who recently were arrested while wandering on a gunnery range used by military helicopters.
Police said officers found the AT-4 anti-tank missile Monday while investigating a report of a burglary at the home of Broderick Dass, 48, and his 19-year-old son, Brandon. A two-block radius around the home was briefly evacuated until the missile was taken to a nearby fairground and detonated.
The Dasses were arrested July 17 on the gunnery range used by helicopters from Fort Stewart. The charges included illegally possessing automatic weapons and high-capacity ammunition magazines, as well as harassing an endangered gopher tortoise with a Rottweiler, said Steve Hart, spokesman for Hunter Army Airfield.