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Lodi detective: Man had enough explosives to blow part of building

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Posted: Tuesday, February 15, 2011 12:00 am

A Lodi man arrested last month for possessing explosive materials had enough to blow up the side of a building, according to testimony from a Lodi police detective Monday.

James Perman, 43, had several items in his home that could be used for constructing explosives, according to Detective Stephen Maynard, of the Lodi Police Department, including a gallon of ammonium nitrate tablets. Commonly used as fertilizer, ammonium nitrate can be combined with diesel fuel or kerosene to create a powerful explosive known as Ammonium Nitrate and Fuel Oil, or ANFO.

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