A controlled detonation of an explosive device inside suspect James Holmes' apartment on Saturday was successful.
According to published reports from the Aurora Police Department, the detonation occurred at 11:40 a.m. MT in the 1600 block of Paris Street in Aurora.
Police said although not certain, they were hopeful they had eliminated the remaining major threats.
Many hazards remained inside. Aurora Police will continue to be at the Paris Street apartment building for hours, collecting evidence and handling those remaining potential threats.
In the event that more triggering devices are found, Aurora Police said, there is a possibility of more controlled disruptions.
Authorities had closed surrounding streets and evacuated the building prior to detonating the device and entering the apartment. Some roads have reportedly been re-opened.
24-year-old James Eagen Holmes is accused of shooting several people at the Century 16 Theaters in the 14300 block of East Alameda Avenue in Aurora, killing 12 people and injuring dozens others early Friday morning.
The Aurora Police Department held a press conference at 2:00 p.m. MT Saturday, and Tulsa's Channel 8 will bring you more information as it becomes available.
Official updates will continue to come through the Aurora Police Department's Twitter account (@aurorapd).