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Updating you on a story we brought you earlier this week.  The explosive device discovered in Joseph Seeley's possession is described as a live blasting cap, according to an article in the Bulletin.  Jessica Wheeler,  spokeswoman for Allegiant Airlines told the Bulletin she didn't want to speculate on what would happen if the cap detonated on board; but an explosives expert says it could cause bodily harm to the holder, but probably would not bring down an airplane. Seeley was cited for being in possession of an explosive without a permit or license.  The case has been turned over to the Deschutes County D.A. and U.S. Attorney for consideration of further charges.

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