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Update: Traffic Stop Leads to the Arrest of a Fugitive

The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearm and Explosives is now working with Vernon County investigators after an explosive device was found in a vehicle earlier this week.
NEVADA, MO.--- The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearm and Explosives is now working with Vernon County investigators after an explosive device was found in a vehicle earlier this week. Members of the Missouri State Highway Patrol Bomb Squad took a picture of the device while performing a procedure to make the bomb safe. Details on how it was made have not been released. 

Authorities have charged Stormy Miller, 22, with possession of an explosive weapon, unlawful use of a weapon and possession of a controlled substance for his role in the incident. He was arrested Tuesday after authorities pulled him over and found a substance that tested positive for meth. Officials also found the explosive device, a loaded gun, drug paraphernalia and ammo in the vehicle.

Miller was originally wanted for outstanding warrants and a person of interest in several burglaries.
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