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Man arraigned in connection to devices found at Beverly home
Police say they also removed a crossbow, machete, butane torch, laptop, and dozens of notebooks belonging to Jovic.
What the former high school honor roll student may have been planning remains a mystery.
His lawyer Nathan Ulrich says Jovic first showed signs of mental health problems two years ago, but was only recently diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. He said he wouldn’t comment on what Jovic may have planned to do with the cocktails.
Jovic was held without bail and is due back in court again Wednesday.
Authorities originally responded to a home on Beckford Street on August 13 after receiving information about a “possible public safety threat.” The Massachusetts State Police Bomb Squad, State Fire Marshall’s Office and Essex County District Attorney’s office all responded to the scene and executed a search warrant.