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How a vehicle stop led police to suspect in Upper Bucks blasts

September 25, 2018

By Staff

In the predawn hours of June 13, a state trooper on patrol in upper Bucks County heard a ear-splitting explosion rock the pastoral landscape.

Seconds later, the trooper saw a black Ford Explorer carrying David Surman Jr. and his girlfriend race away from the source of the blast, according to a search warrant application filed in County Court. And when the trooper pulled the vehicle over in Milford Township, he noted Surman was nervous and sweating despite the chill in the air. Surman blamed his jitters on the explosion, which he admitted he had heard and found to be “scary,” the warrant states.

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