One arrested after grenade discovered inside RV following traffic stop in southwest Oklahoma City

OKLAHOMA CITY - It was a busy morning for officers in southwest Oklahoma City after the bomb squad had to respond to a traffic stop.

Early Friday morning, officers pulled over an RV near S.W. 10th St. and Western Ave. and noticed something suspicious inside the vehicle.

At this point, it is not clear exactly what was deemed suspicious.

However, authorities were seen going through boxes of ammunition along with other items inside the RV.

The Oklahoma City Fire Department, the bomb squad, paramedics and Oklahoma City police all responded to the scene.

Investigators with the Oklahoma City Police Department say they discovered a hand grenade and two firearms inside the RV.

Officials say 41-year-old Scott Michael Boden was taken into custody on five counts of manufacturing an explosive device.