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Federal and local police agencies remained at an Amherst duplex overnight after finding weapons and suspected bombmaking materials in an apartment.

Duncan Badding of 66 Williamsburg Square has been charged with criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree and reckless endangerment, first degree.

Officers were called to one of the units at 66 Williamsburg Square about 6 p.m. Wednesday, for a report of a man shooting a rifle at bottles in his backyard, Amherst Assistant Police Chief Charles Cohen said.

Police encountered Badding, who agreed to allow officers inside his residence, where more guns were discovered, along with “suspicious homemade explosives,” Cohen said.

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