BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — UPDATE: After being shut down for hours for a bomb squad investigation, roads in Broken Arrow are now open.
Broken Arrow police stopped a driver on Kenosha near South 209th East Ave. as a part of a shoplifting investigation when an officer found a possible explosive device in the car.
Police shut down Kenosha between South 209th East Ave. and the Creek Turnpike and the exit from the Creek Turnpike onto Kenosha temporarily during the investigation.
Mariah Davis, a 20-year-old female, was arrested for Petit Larceny and Zane Bennett, 19 years old, was arrested for Manufacturing an Explosive.
The device was rendered safe by the Tulsa Police Department Bomb Squad. An investigation is still ongoing.
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