A live hand grenade handed over to Kalaheo firefighters was safely detonated Monday.
A man turned over the grenade Saturday, saying he'd found it in his belongings.
The Army's explosive ordnance disposal team in Kaneohe responded and detonated the grenade Monday at a remote location in Kalaheo.
No one was injured.
The Transportation Security Administration determined that the device was a live M22 hand grenade.
After it was handed over, an explosive expert and police contained the grenade in a secure location until the detonation team could arrive.
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