(KPIX-TV) The search of a Santa Clara engineer's home continued on Thursday after state police said they found "more destructive devices," and after it was revealed that State Sen. Leland Yee was threatened.
Authorities took Everett Basham, 45, who once worked for Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, into custody Tuesday night on charges including suspicion of threatening public officials, illegal possession of chemicals used to make an explosive, possessing an explosive and having an illegally loaded firearm in his truck, according to Santa Clara County jail records.
Authorities detonated explosives in front of his home on Tuesday night. The San Jose Police Bomb Squad detonated another set of explosives ion Thursday, in an undisclosed, off-site location.
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