Saturday, December 31, 2011

Bradford man charged with possessing Weapons of Mass Destruction

Story from the Bradford Era

A Bradford man who was arrested last week on stalking  charges was arraigned Friday  before District Judge Rich  Luther for allegations he possessed an explosive. Eric E. Cramer, 42, of 223  Onofrio St., is charged with  weapons of mass destruction, a  second-degree felony, causing  or risking catastrophe, a third degree felony, prohibited offensive weapons, a first-degree  misdemeanor, carrying explosives and recklessly endangering another person, both second-degree misdemeanors,  court records said. According to court records,  police executed a search warrant Dec. 21 for his pick-up  truck they obtained for the stalking investigation, where police  allegedly found and seized the  explosive device from the back  pocket of the truck’s passenger  front seat. The stalking charges stem  from allegations that he put  a GPS tracking device on a  pick-up truck belonging to Susan  Grady-Dewer, showed up at  places where she was, slashed  her truck’s tires and put sugar  in her gas tank, court records  indicated. At the time the most recent  charges were filed, Cramer  was in McKean County Jail in  lieu of $20,000 for the stalking  charges. Following his arraignment for the explosive device  charges, he was sent back to jail  in lieu of an additional $100,000  bail. A preliminary hearing is  scheduled for Jan. 5

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