Cops: Man stored chemicals for fireworks

Ronald Walker, 34, of East Moriches, is led

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Ronald Walker, 34, of East Moriches, is led out of Seventh Precinct in Shirley after being arrested on reckless endangerment charges. Chemical components used to make fireworks were found inside the garage of his parents' home, police said. (July 4, 2012) (Credit: James Carbone)

An East Moriches man was arraigned Wednesday on reckless endangerment charges after his family turned him in, saying he kept chemicals that could be used to make fireworks in their garage, Suffolk police said.

Ronald Walker, 34, had stored the chemicals in his parents' garage on Woodcrest Drive in East Moriches, police said.

He was held on a $150,000 cash bail and is scheduled to be...

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