Deputies Search Lodi Storage After Bomb Maker Arrested in Stockton

On Tuesday, January 12, 2021, San Joaquin County deputies searched Eight Mile Self Storage in Lodi, California after a bomb maker was arrested in Stockton.

The storage facility was searched after 50 year-old James Towles, the owner of the unit, was arrested for throwing an explosive device at a funeral in Stockton on Saturday, January 9th. No explosives were found in the Eight Mile Self Storage unit, however.

James Towles, alleged bomb maker arrested in Stockton, CA

Fox 40 Reports this story and presents video of the conversation with San Joaquin County Spokesperson Deputy Alan Sanchez.

San Joaquin County Deputies arrested Towles on Sunday evening after a high speed chase and subsequent collision. Deputies found an explosive device in the car, which warranted a search of Towles residence and storage unit.

SJ Deputies contacted the FBI to assist on a search at Towles residence on West Sonoma Avenue, Stockton where they found firearms and explosives. Authorities also arrested 65 year-old Russell Altheide at the same residence, who is suspected to be an accomplice of Towles.

Hector Madrigal

Hector Madrigal is the founder of The Grape Vine. He strives to bring unbiased news and information to the people free of charge. Based in Lodi, Hector will be reporting on Lodi news first and foremost.

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