A former solider has admitted having an explosive substance, ammunition and a weapon.
Martin Davies pleaded guilty to three counts when he appeared at Leeds Crown Court yesterday (Friday).
The 48-year-old admitted one count of having an explosive substance under suspicious circumstances, one count of possessing ammunition without a certificate and one count of possessing a prohibited weapon for discharge of noxious gas.
The offences took place on May 29, 2016.
The Examiner has reported on his previous convictions in the past, including making a threat to kill his father .
Davies, of Gledholt Bank, Gledholt, will be sentenced on February 27.
He spent 22 years in the armed forces including service in the Falkland Islands and both Gulf wars.