CALGARY — A Calgary woman has been charged in what police were told may have been a plan to use a bomb on her former boyfriend.
Police say an improvised explosive device was found in the basement of a house in the city’s southwest on Wednesday.
The area was cordoned off and police evacuated nearby homes as a precaution while a device the size of a D battery was disabled.
No one was injured.
Officers have not yet determined where the homemade bomb came from or what it was meant for.
Alina Marie Denise Hubler, who is 25, is charged with one count of possessing an explosive device.