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Stash of fireworks found at Eli Waters home

A WOMAN will appear in court after police discovered a stash of fireworks at an Eli Waters home. 

Police were conducting a search warrant in relation to another matter when an arrangement of fireworks with an estimated value of $200 were found at the home. 

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Police charged the 36-year-old woman for the unlawful possession of a prohibited explosive.

The discovery was made around 4pm on Tuesday. 

She has been issued a notice to appear in court at a later date. 

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