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Schmoyer, 26, sent out the letters the day of the explosion in Allentown that killed him, his 2-year-old son Jonathan "J. One letter was delivered Tuesday, the rest on Wednesday, and were dated Sept. He admitted to a of criminal acts, and he didn't think it was going to get any better. There was a lot of hatred there, some directed at Mr.
Hallman and some at his son.
The criminal acts were described as ranging from petty thefts to burglaries. It wasn't clear why Schmoyer involved Hallman, but Robinson said Schmoyer "lured" Hallman out to his vehicle on the night of the blast, which scattered debris and body parts over several city blocks.
There was a lot of components involved. There's a lot evidence, so it's taking a while to process it. At least 50 federal agents were assisting local authorities looking for clues about what caused the blast. They ruled out terrorism.
The investigation showed the homemade device, composed of two unspecified explosives, was either in the center console of the vehicle or near the passenger seat. Schmoyer was in the driver's seat, Hallman in the front passenger seat and the toddler in a car seat in the back.
She did not detail its contents, but said, "I really did believe he would never do this, maybe in my heart I knew he would do it to himself, but never to J. The three were found dead after the p. He said the three died from traumatic injuries related to the explosion. Resident Carlos Perodin told The Morning Call of Allentown that he was watching a movie with his wife when he heard a thunderous explosion and went to the scene. Stephanie Connelly, who saw the aftermath of the explosion, told the newspaper that she saw body parts strewn across the street.
A bus station was turned into a makeshift command center with armored vehicles, dozens of police cruisers, mobile command units and even portable bathrooms, the paper reported. Several portable tents were also erected for evidence processing.
Residents were asked to avoid the area, and people who live nearby were asked to shelter in place. A shelter was set up at an elementary school. Some residents in the area were able to return to their homes Wednesday afternoon. The owners of a few homes heavily damaged by the explosion may not be able to return for several days, Assistant Chief Gail Struss of the Allentown police told the paper.
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