- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 7, 2015

DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) - Six teens have been charged after an explosive detonated at a Florida park.

Pinellas County deputies responded to the Dunedin area park Monday night after someone complained people were hanging out there after hours. As deputies were searching the area, authorities said an explosive went off near the racquetball court. A second explosive was also located and later detonated by the bomb squad.

Authorities declined to say what the explosives were or how they were made, but said no one was injured and that residents had no reason to worry.

Four of the suspects are 19-year-old males and two are minors. They are charged with discharging a destructive device.

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