Bomb Squad Called after Explosion Damages Mailbox at Fallston Post Office

The Office of the State Fire Marshal’s Bomb Squad is investigating an explosion that damaged a large blue steel commercial mailbox on Sunday morning in Fallston.

Just after 7:30 a.m. Sunday, emergency personnel were dispatched to the U.S Post Office on Watervale Road in Fallston for the reported malicious destruction of a mailbox.

There were no injuries resulting from the explosion, but the detonation caused an estimated $1,000 in damage.

Investigators from the Office of the State Fire Marshal, Harford County Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Postal Police, and U.S. Postal Inspector helped gather evidence for evaluation.

Anyone having information is asked to contact the OSFM Bomb Squad Office at 410-859-7152.

Comments

    • ThingsthatgoBOOM says

      Ah, no way,, Fireworks are illegal in MD, Huh,,, wouldn’t know it during the week of the 4th , police couldnt keep up with the calls..lol

      0
  1. Vinnygret says

    We no longer have a drive and drop mailbox at the Joppa Post Office because it was continually vandalized. When the PO relocated it to a less convenient location, it was vandalized again. Now the only after hours drop is next to the front door with security cameras aimed at the ones who use it. Looks like the “fun” has moved north to Fallston.

    0

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*