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Explosive device found in East Spokane apartment

SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane County Bomb Removal Unit removed what appeared to be a small improvised explosive device that was found inside an apartment located at 101 S. Havana Street Friday night.  Police on scene said the explosive device had been fashioned using a co2 cartridge.

Detectives discovered the explosive device after they received a tip that 27-year-old residential burglary suspect, Marcus R. Jolly had been crashing at the apartment.

Upon searching the apartment detectives found the explosive device inside a safe, an illegal shotgun and more stolen property from the residential burglaries Jolly is accused of committing.  Detectives were able to return much of the stolen property found in the apartment to the victims of the burglaries at the scene.

Jolly was not located and remains at large. 

Friday afternoon Spokane Valley Police said they were in the process of recovering a large quantity of property stolen in a pair of residential burglaries that occurred last weekend.  The property was located at a residence in the 420 block of E. Euclid

In custody is 28-year-old Anthony T. Falasco who is charged with Second-Degree Identity Theft and Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle.

Detectives say they have probable cause for the arrest of Jolly.   Jolly's last known address was 1328 E. Rich.  He is currently wanted for Residential Burglary, but both he and Falasco could face additional felony charges as the investigation is continues.

Anyone with information on where Marcus Jolly may be is asked to call Crime Check at 456-2233.

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