Bomb-making materials found inside apartment on Lewis Street in Paterson

An apartment in Paterson was the focus of an investigation by the Passaic County CSI unit Sunday morning, where they say they discovered powders, liquids

The Passaic County Crime Scene Investigation Unit is on the scene along with Paterson police.

The Passaic County Crime Scene Investigation Unit is on the scene along with Paterson police. (1/19/14)

PATERSON - An apartment in Paterson was the focus of an investigation by the Passaic County CSI unit Sunday morning, where they say they discovered powders, liquids and other bomb-making materials inside the home.

They found the materials were tested at the scene and determined by investigators to be low-grade compounds used for explosives.

Marijuana plants were also found inside the apartment at 152 Lewis St.

Investigators from the Passaic County Sherriff’s Bomb Squad Unit say they were called after a fight broke at the apartment around 5:30 a.m.

Paterson police arrested one person inside the home.

Details surrounding the investigation have not yet been released.

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