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Daniel Goin, 39, of Orangevale was arrested on the Ryan’s Ranch Road property for allegedly operating a butane honey oil lab.
Authorities said Sunday more than 100 butane gas tanks had been found in it.
Infrequently used tools like butane torches and spice grinders are kept in a Rubbermaid pull-down spice rack, about $19.
Chan earned every second of precious butane, soaring into a dramatic climax before the music-stopping hand flourish.
Whatever the blend, refiners reduce the concentration of butane—a cheaper additive with an exceptionally high RVP of 52 psi—down to about 2 percent.
Over 100 tanks of butane gas and materials to make TATP explosive were found at the house, police say.
About 120 butane gas cylinders were found at the scene of the explosion, a house in the town of Alcanar, south of Barcelona.
His butane-torch and mis-en-place (spices, garnishes sauces) are within an easy reach.
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