Ex­plo­sives of­fi­cers deal with sus­pi­cious ob­ject in road

Uxbridge Gazette - - News -

TWO women from Hayes have been charged with ex­plo­sives of­fences af­ter be­ing ar­rested on Mon­day April 30.

Uxbridge Road was on lock­down for sev­eral hours be­tween Cold­har­bour Lane and Church Road while po­lice dealt with a “sus­pi­cious item” and “made it safe”.

Harinder­jet Jar­ret, 51, of Ad­di­son Way, was ar­rested and charged with mak­ing an ex­plo­sive sub­stance with the in­tent of en­dan­ger­ing life/in­jur­ing prop­erty and pos­ses­sion of a con­trolled ex­plo­sive with the in­tent of en­dan­ger­ing life.

Neena Dad­dar, 24, also of Ad­di­son Way, was charged with pos­ses­sion of an ex­plo­sive sub­stance for un­law­ful pur­pose.

The women ap­peared at Uxbridge Mag­is­trates’ Court on Wed­nes­day May 2 and will next ap­pear at Isle­worth Crown Court on May 30.

De­tec­tives from the Met’s Counter Ter­ror­ism Com­mand have been in­formed, how­ever the in­ci­dent is not be­ing treated as ter­ror re­lated by pros­e­cu­tors.

Speak­ing at the time of the ar­rests, a Met spokesman said: “Po­lice were called at 1.06pm on Mon­day to re­ports of a sus­pi­cious item at an ad­dress in Ad­di­son Way, Hayes.

“Of­fi­cers at­tended and the road was closed off. Ex­plo­sives of­fi­cers at­tended and made the item safe.

“The item has been sent for foren­sic ex­am­i­na­tion.”

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