BREAKING NEWS Out Of KENTUCKY- Bomb Squad, FBI, And ATF On Scene

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MANCHESTER, Kentucky — The Clay County Sheriff’s Office says a man was fatally shot after showing up at his ex-girlfriend’s home overnight.

Investigators say 40-year-old Matthew Caldwell shot and killed 34-year-old Jody Sevier during a confrontation at the home of his ex-girlfriend.

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According to state police, Caldwell and Sevier got into an argument, presumably over the ex-girlfriend and Caldwell pulled out a gun and killed the man.

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The Bomb Squad, FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives were called when an explosive device was found in Sevier’s vehicle, Kentucky.com reports.

The Clay County Sheriff’s Office says just a couple weeks ago they were called Sevier’s home, after receiving a domestic disturbance call involving his ex-girlfriend and her child, WKYT reports.

Neighbors say they are still in shock that something like this could happen so close to home.

Police have not made an arrest in the case. State Police say they will present their findings to the Clay County Grand Jury to decide whether an arrest should be made once the investigation is complete.

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It’s unclear what type of explosive was discovered but preliminary reports say that they may have been pipe bombs.

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