COMMERCE - A man died by his own hand Sunday night after being caught driving a stolen truck in Commerce. <br />
Commerce police said they pulled the truck over, and 64-year-old Glenn Ogden immediately pulled out a gun and shot himself to death in front of deputies.<br />
Chief John Gaissert said that wasn't the end of the danger for people in the area.<br />
"When the officer secured the vehicle, they observed what appeared to be a hand grenade in the rear floor board of the pick-up truck," Gaissert said.<br />
"They (officers) secured the vehicle and the area. We evacuated a 300 foot radius," Gaissert added.<br />
The University of Georgia Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team was called in and secured the device.<br />
Ogden was a convicted felon and sex offender, but the invesitgation continues into who stole the truck, and why he committed suicide.
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