SOURCE - ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLY
Los Angeles - 15 October, 2013
1. Extreme Wide, day, entrance to LAX
2. Wide, airport entrance
3. Mid, signs with names of airlines
4. Wide, airport interior
5. Wide, interior, people pushing luggage
6. Mid, Woman pushing luggage cart
7. Wide, people walking with luggage
8. Wide, police officer indoors on bicycle
9. Mid, entrance to information booth
10. Wide, people walking with luggage
11. Mid/Zoom out, boy walking with father
12. Wide, people walking with luggage
A MAN WHO WORKS AT LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IS NOW UNDER ARREST, IN CONNECTION WITH TWO NIGHTS OF DRY ICE EXPLOSIONS.
28-YEAR-OLD BENNETT DICARLO WAS BOOKED FOR POSSESSION OF A DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE NEAR AN AIRCRAFT.
HE IS BEING HELD ON ONE MILLION DOLLARS BAIL.
DICARLO WORKS FOR THE AIRPORT GROUND HANDLING SERVICE COMPANY SERVICAIR.
A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL SPEAKING ANONYMOUSLY SAYS DICALRO ALLEGEDLY TOOK THE DRY ICE FROM A PLANE ON SUNDAY NIGHT, AND PLACED IT IN AN EMPLOYEE RESTROOM.
HE ALSO ALLGEDLY LEFT ANOTHER DEVICE THAT WAS FOUND ON A TARMAC OUTSIDE THE INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL.
POLICE HAD SAID THEY DIDN'T BELIEVE THE EXPLOSIONS HAD ANYTHING TO DO WITH TERRORISM.
THE EXPLOSIONS DIDN'T HURT ANYONE, ALTHOUGH THEY DID DELAY SOME FLIGHTS.
SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.