UPDATE: The Chattanooga Police say they found six explosive devices, $8,000 in cash, and a pound of marijuana inside Joshua Panther’s apartment at Forest Cove.

Narcotics officers served a search warrant at the residence on October 29th, after 31-year-old Joshua Panther was stopped for speeding in Nebraska.

Troopers say they found 45 pounds of marijuana in Panther's Nissan Altima and seventeen THC oil cartridges.

Nebraska authorities contacted Chattanooga authorities, who say they found almost six hundred grams of marijuana and the explosives inside.

The explosives were removed by the bomb unit.

Residents say they were not evacuated.

A spokesperson for the complex referred us to a corporate spokesperson, who has not yet returned our calls about Panther's history with the complex.

But his neighbors say they have had no complaints, calling him an ideal neighbor.

Panther is out on bond and expected to appear before a Hamilton County judge on Monday.

According to court records, this is the first time Panther has been charged with a crime in Hamilton County.

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Joshua P. Panther was arrested in Nebraska after a state trooper found 45 pounds of marijuana.

The trooper advised that Panther was from the Scenic City and lived in the 7700 block of Aspen Lodge Way.

Officers with the Chattanooga narcotics division searched Panther's apartment. They found 568 grams of marijuana, $8,000 and around six explosive devices. The devices were removed by a bomb unit.

Panter now faces charges of possession of explosive components and possession of marijuana for resale.