Comments for: State police remove old grenade from Lamoine beach

Posted Aug. 24, 2012, at 4:15 p.m.

LAMOINE | An old grenade that was found on a local beach drew the attention of a beachgoer and then the state police bomb squad before it was removed safely around noon Friday. Stu Marckoon, Lamoine’s assistant fire chief, said Friday that the rusty grenade and its firing pin …

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  • Anonymous

    wonder where it came from? could have washed up i guess

  • Anonymous

    Came as part of the debris from the Quakes in Japan?…LOL

  • Anonymous

    Wasn’t Lamoine Beach a US Navy coaling station, once upon a time?

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  • Anonymous

    You can buy deactivated ones in the surplus store in Brewer for like 6 bucks. The have everything but the powder and actual igniter in them. I have 2 as paper weights and decoration myself.

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