Man arrested for making explosives and possessing bullets

A man has appeared in court today after he was charged with making an explosive and owning ammunition under suspicious circumstances. 

Matthew Montanow, 29, appeared at Leicester Magistrates’ Court today after being arrested at an address in Newbold Coleorton, Worthington on Thursday. 

He was also charged with four counts of possessing firearm ammunition during a five year period following a suspended sentence of three months or more.

Montanow, of Vicarage Close, Newbold Coleorton, Leicester, faced a further count of possessing ammunition for a firearm without a certificate.   

Matthew Montanow, 29, was arrested at an address in Newbold Coleorton, Worthington on Thursday and appeared at Leicester Magistrates Court this morning charged with making an explosive and owning ammunition under suspicious circumstances

Matthew Montanow, 29, was arrested at an address in Newbold Coleorton, Worthington on Thursday and appeared at Leicester Magistrates Court this morning charged with making an explosive and owning ammunition under suspicious circumstances

Matthew Montanow, 29, was arrested at an address in Newbold Coleorton, Worthington on Thursday and appeared at Leicester Magistrates Court this morning charged with making an explosive and owning ammunition under suspicious circumstances

On Thursday parts of Newbold Coleorton were cordoned off and homes were evacuated after the Royal Logistic Corps Bomb Disposal squad were called to the scene

On Thursday parts of Newbold Coleorton were cordoned off and homes were evacuated after the Royal Logistic Corps Bomb Disposal squad were called to the scene

On Thursday parts of Newbold Coleorton were cordoned off and homes were evacuated after the Royal Logistic Corps Bomb Disposal squad were called to the scene

Montanow, dressed in a grey tracksuit, was remanded in custody until his next appearance at the same court on September 20. 

On Thursday parts of Newbold Coleorton were cordoned off and homes were evacuated after the Royal Logistic Corps Bomb Disposal squad were called to the scene.

Leicestershire Police said there was no evidence the incident has links to terrorism, and was not being treated as a terrorist incident.

Three properties were evacuated ‘as a precaution’.

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