Traveler charged after bringing pellet gun into Connecticut airport

10/5/2010 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

A man was charged with tampering with airport security after he tried to bring a pellet gun onto a plane departing from Connecticut's Bradley International Airport. The man told security officers he was carrying the pellet gun because he planned to play a prank on a friend. The gun was spotted at an airport security checkpoint.

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