Guns, chemicals, trash: Green Bay police likened basement crime scene to hoarding

  • Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette
  • Published: 11/27/2018 09:01 AM

A criminal complaint filed Monday in Brown County Circuit Court likens the scene of a chemical scare on the city’s west side to a hoarding situation. Police officers who first entered the home’s basement found it littered with jars of chemicals and trash. They were quickly driven out by the smell of chemicals and concern for their own safety, according to a complaint charging Jennifer Lynn Gross with disorderly conduct and obstructing police. Gross lived in the basement with Michael T. Anderson, the key suspect in the Nov. 15 disturbance that led police to a stash of chemicals and weapons in the basement of his mother’s home on 1211 Redwood Drive. Anderson is expected to be charged in connection with the incident on Wednesday.



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