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Pipe bomb under the principal Jeep instructions raid on the science teacher’s house

A science teacher’s home was raided in connection with a homemade pipe bomb that exploded under a client’s vehicle.

(Blackstone Police)

Anxiety Massachusetts a high school science teacher can be breaking bad, the federal agents fell Susan Seery’s house looking for evidence that they are built with a homemade pipe bomb that exploded under a client in the Jeep of the past month.

The search warrant was executed at the Woonsocket, Rhode Island, the home of the 62-year-old Seery, who teaches at Bellingham High School, Metro-West Daily News reported.

Her son, Michael McNamara, told Boston 25 News that the U.S. Alcohol, Tobacco And Firearms agents burst into their house Tuesday to serve the search warrant.

“They slammed the doors in. Not even knocking,” he said. “We would have let them in. We told them, they could search the house. And that they do not choose to do it that way.”

McNamara insisted his mother was innocent of the placing of a bomb under the principal Lucas Giguere the Jeep and has an alibi.

He told reporters police took several electronic devices, including mobile phones, but McNamara said that they found nothing in connection with the making of explosives. He claimed Giguere is responsible for the control of the police in the direction of his mother.

According to reports, Giguere called the police Nov. 16 report of the explosion outside his house in Blackstone, Mass. Although initially reported as a possible vandalism, the former U.S. Marine sergeant found his Jeep had suffered damage from the pipe bomb placed under the car.

Blackstone police said the pipe bomb was placed in the vehicle of the grill. The damage has been caused to the vehicle from the grill, radiator and the inside of the engine block.

The damage has been caused to the vehicle from the grill, radiator and the inside of the engine block.

(Blackstone Police)

The explosion came two days after Seery was placed on administrative leave due to a non-related research, Bellingham School Superintendent Peter Marano, told Metro West Daily News.

Marano released a statement on Thursday night saying that she could not comment on the ongoing investigation.

Charges have not been filed for the pipe bomb incident. The police has not responded to the survey.

Lucia I. Suarez Sang a Reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow her on Twitter @luciasuarezsang

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