OKLAHOMA CITY -- The bomb squad was called in after Oklahoma City police found a suspicious device inside a home Tuesday.
Police blocked off part of S.W. 23rd St. near May Ave. for nearly four hours.
Officers were searching for someone in connection to a crime in Norman.
Inside the house they found "bomb-making materials" and called the bomb squad.
Officials said the materials were gunpowder and shrapnel reportedly used in wild boar hunting.
Police took at least one person into custody.
The suspect has been identified as Harley Andrews.
He will face a felony drug possession charge, a felony charge for possession of an explosive, also possession of a weapon and possession of drug paraphernalia.