Suffolk County police have safely destroyed a grenade that children found at a park in Lake Ronkonkoma.
Lisa Miguel of Stratford was charged with risk of injury to a minor, reckless endangerment and illegal possession of an explosive.
An elementary school in Montclair, N.J. was evacuated Monday afternoon, after a student brought a relic grenade into the building.
A major roadway was shut down in Ridgefield Park, N.J. Sunday afternoon, police found what they thought may have been a hand grenade inside a car.
Police dispatcher Tom Sevigny said on Saturday that an investigation showed the guns were legally registered to the resident. The grenade and mortar turned out to be inert.
Terminal 4 was evacuated after a security agent noticed a suspicious-looking object in a man’s bag shortly after he arrived at JFK from Tel Aviv, authorities said.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said that the NYPD’s Gang Division was executing a search warrant for individuals “dealing guns” on Stratford Avenue in the Soundview section.