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May 25, 2011 11:04 AM

Police: Explosive compounds found in Livingston High classroom; school evacuated

LIVINGSTON -- Livingston police arrested high school teacher Japhia Smith Huhndorf on Wednesday afternoon after officials say they found a vial of nitroglycerin in her chemistry lab at Livingston High School -- her second arrest this week. Police said they found about 4 milliliters of the explosive compound during an investigation, which sparked a schoolwide evacuation Wednesday. The 34-year-old chemistry teacher was arrested at her Atwater home the same day.

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