Wednesday, August 11, 2004

Anti-Tank Missile Found At Georgia Home

Three guesses as to which offense was simply thrown in for good measure:
Savannah, Georgia:
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.


Blogger nedludd said...

A source in Savannnah says that this whole thing started when the garbageman was emptying the garbage from said house and the garbage can blew up, scaring, but not hurting the garbageman and alerting the authorities that something other than week old burritos were being disposed of at that residence.

9:02 PM  
Blogger crystna said...

This is my Father and Brother, both whom I have never met. Does anyone know more info on them or this situation?

5:12 AM  
Blogger shanti said...

Hi Crystna,I am Shanti Woodwards mom and she said if you email her at she can give you info on your dad,her uncle, Broderick Dass..

2:05 PM  

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