Two arrested on hash oil charges following explosion

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DENVER — Two people were arrested Sunday evening after an explosion rocked a Denver home, blowing out the basement windows.

A homeowner in the 2900 block of Julian Street suffered minor injuries in the blast, the Denver Police Department said.

Firefighters responded to the home about 4:35 p.m., DPD said. No fire was found, but the basement windows had been shattered.

The two suspects were arrested after a brief investigation. The charges against them were related to making hash oil without a permit, police said.

The official cause of the explosion was still pending.