The sheriff's bomb squad was dispatched to the home on Longford Drive around 2 p.m. after someone reported that a Japanese grenade from WWII had been fond there. The military grenade had apparently been brought back from the war as a souvenir, according to the sheriff's office. Bomb squad investigators determined that the grenade was intact and capable of exploding. The device was removed from the garage and taken to a remote location, where it was "safely mitigated," sheriff's officials said.
Live WWII grenade found in garage
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.