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Big explosions, fire lead to indictment for illegal fireworks business

bizjournals Monday, 25 September 2017 ()
The explosions and fire that destroyed JW's Lawn and Garden Equipment, located at 14010 S. U.S. Highway 71 in Grandview, resulted in indictments against two men now accused of illegally manufacturing and dealing in explosives. James Witt, 76, of Grandview, and Thomas McKeehan, 66, of Belton, were the target of a three-count indictment. Witt and McKeehan were charged with one count of conspiracy to engage in the business of manufacturing in explosives, and one count of engaging in the business of…
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