Guns seized at Atlanta airport security checkpoints

From now on will be destroyed

Atlanta — Clayton County plans to crack down on passengers at Atlanta‘s airport who brings guns to the security checkpoints.
Clayton Solicitor General Tasha Mosley tells WSB-TV (http://bit.ly/3zVcAZ) that anyone caught with a firearm in airport security checks can forget about ever getting the gun back. She said confiscated weapons will be destroyed under a new policy.
Authorities say 62 travelers arrested so far this year have been charged with bringing guns through security. WSB reports that offenders have included business executives, students and a former assistant district attorney.

Clayton Solicitor General Tasha Mosley tells WSB-TV (http://bit.ly/3zVcAZ) that anyone caught with a firearm in airport security checks can forget about ever getting the gun back.

Passengers are booked into the Clayton County Jail for at least an overnight stay if a weapon is confiscated.
Many passengers have said they didn’t intend to break any laws, and forgot that a gun was in a bag or a briefcase.
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Information from: WSB-TV,

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