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Man denies making explosive devices at Wirral home
A MERSEYSIDE man has today denied making explosive devices including a pipe bomb.
Graham Sherratt ended up in the dock at Liverpool Crown Court after explosive substances were allegedly found at his former home in Kellett Road, Leasowe on May 16 last year.
Sherratt, 56, pleaded not guilty to nine charges involving making and possessing explosive substances for unlawful purposes prior to May 17 last year.
This include making a pipe bomb; an improvised explosive device (IED) containing flash powder type pyrotechnic composition and making two improvised low explosive compositions involving a cocktail of different chemicals.
Sherratt also denied a charge of affray on May 16.
Judge Robert Trevor-Jones further remanded Sherratt on bail to await his trial beginning on October 28.
Conditions of his bail include living in Lamport Street, Toxteth; a curfew between 11pm - 8am, not to enter Wirral except by arrangement to see his legal team and not to make any explosive devices.