A 20-year-old man from Wellington, Telford, has been charged with a bomb hoax following an incident in the town.
Alistair Taylor, aged 20, from Wellington, was arrested and will appear at Telford Magistrates Court on 13 July.
A 19-year-old man arrested shortly after the incident was released without charge.
The discovery of the "suspicious package" at Wellington Police Station led to Victoria Road being closed.
Police continue to appeal for information regarding the incident, especially from people who saw anyone acting suspiciously in the Victoria Road area late Thursday night. To provide information please call 101 and quote reference 0091s of 10th July 2015.
A 19-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of making an item "capable of causing an explosion or endangering people or property" in Wellington, near Telford.
It follows the discovery of a "suspicious package" on Victoria Road this morning.
A cordon was put up around the area after the package was taken to Wellington Police Station by a member of the public.
Superintendent David McWilliam said:
Two controlled explosions have been carried out on a street in Telford after a suspicious package was taken to Wellington Police Station by a member of the public.
The suspicious package was discovered near to the police station on Victoria Road, which has been shut between the junctions with Wrekin Road and Glebe Street.
West Mercia Police said a cordon has been put in place around the police station and people have been evacuated from nearby houses.
Murderer Jamie Reynolds, a "sexual deviant" who lured a Shropshire teenager to her death has lost his Court of Appeal challenge against an order that he can never be released from prison.
Reynolds, 23, of Wellington, Shropshire, duped Georgia Williams, 17, into going to his home under the pretence of holding a photo-shoot.
After a major search, her body was eventually found in a stream in remote woodland near Wrexham, and a post-mortem examination showed she died of asphyxia as a result of pressure to the neck.
Wristbands for sale in memory of Shropshire teenager Georgia Williams will carry the motto 'Free Your Spirit - Join In'. 17-year-old Georgia from Wellington was killed last month and now a trust has been set up in her name.
The wristbands will be sold to raise money to allow young people to take part in the activities Georgia enjoyed such as outward bound courses and climbing.
Georgia's body was found almost 50 miles away from her home in Wellington, in woodland in North Wales. A 22-year-old man has been charged with her murder.
Family, friends and teachers attending the funeral of a murdered 17-year-old in Shropshire have paid tribute to the "bright and caring" young woman they knew.
About 800 mourners turned out for a church service celebrating the life of Georgia Williams. Gail Mellors reports.
Hundreds of people attended the service including 150 members of the Air Training Corp of which Georgia had been a member for four years.
The strength of community support shown to Georgia's family is said to have given them great comfort. In return everyone attending the church afterwards were invited to Georgia's "second home" Telford United, for a party in her name.
Donations instead of flowers have been asked to be made to the Help For Heroes charity and a Trust Fund has also been set up to support projects and initiatives for young people in Telford which Georgia's parents hope will be a lasting legacy for their daughter.
Headteacher Chay Davies of Ercall Wood Technology College, paying tribute to his former head girl, said:
Hundreds of air cadets marched to the church from their headquarters under police escort today.
Georgia was a member of the cadets, who today stood arms linked at the funeral service for the former headgirl.