BOSTON (AP) — Federal airport safety officers voice two cases in three days they’ve chanced on guns in vacationers’ baggage at Boston’s Logan Worldwide Airport.
The Transportation Safety Administration in a assertion Wednesday mentioned a 9 mm gun loaded with 10 bullets, together with one in the chamber, used to be indicate in an Uxbridge man’s baggage on Tuesday. The gun used to be seen when the man’s assets entered the X-ray machine.
Voice police confiscated the handgun, wondered the man and issued him a summons.
The TSA says a .38 revolver and 5 loose bullets were indicate in a Worcester County man’s baggage on Sunday. He used to be wondered by police and allowed to travel the airport to stable the weapon.
The TSA didn’t initiate names.
The agency says it has confiscated 14 guns at Logan this one year.
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