Man accused of making homemade bomb in Dundee to stand trial


A man has been ordered to stand trial accused of making an “improvised explosive device” in his home “with intent to endanger life”.

Allan Peach was arrested on a DIY bomb charge after a major incident at his home in Carlochie Place, Dundee, on Thursday September 6.

Army explosive ordnance officers evacuated houses within 100 metres of his property in the east end of Dundee in response to the incident.

Peach appeared in court facing five charges on Tuesday.

It was his second appearance in court following his arrest.

It is alleged that made and had in his possession an explosive substance, namely an improvised explosive device, with intent to endanger life or cause serious injury to property or to enable other person to do so.

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Source: The Courier