Explosive Device Found in Bushes on Murphy Parade Route

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He was charged with second-degree possession of a destructive device for an unlawful objective, as well as one count of third-degree possession of a destructive device, according to the outlet. It is anticipated that additional charges will be forthcoming.

Murphy was also scheduled to attend another parade in Rutherford but that was cancelled due to heavy rain.

The investigation by county prosecutors and Sea Bright and South Plainfield police also included representatives of the state homeland security office and bomb squad as well as the FBI and various K-9 units, authorities said. The probe led investigators to Kaiser, according to the statement.

The parade and other festivities were abruptly cancelled by borough officials Monday morning.

A senior law enforcement official told NBC that Kaiser was witnessed trying to give a large m-80 firework to a band member at the concert on Sunday night. "There were no bombs, nothing set in the streets, nowhere".

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South Plainfield is in Middlesex County, about 40 miles southeast of New York City.

It's claimed that Kaiser stashed them there when he was not allowed to set them off at the end of a Guns 4 Hire concert and they were later found by cleaners.

The popular parade was expected to feature a line up of marching bands, Girl Scout and Boy Scout troops, stilt walkers, clowns, uni-cyclists, jugglers and vintage cars, according to organizers.

The South Plainfield event would have featured a parade, a 5km run and a firework display at the end of celebrations.

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