Woman wearing fake pregnancy belly arrested in Argentina in failed pot-smuggling attempt
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A man was arrested Wednesday after authorities allege he illegally landed his airplane in the U . S . and then tried to evade authorities by flying back to Langley. U . S . officials detected the airplane enter the U . S . and land at the Methow Valley Airport in Winthrop, WA
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A man was arrested Wednesday after authorities allege he illegally landed his airplane in the U.S. and then tried to evade authorities by flying to Langley.
U.S. officials detected the airplane enter the U.S. and land at the Methow Valley Airport in Winthrop, Wash., according tofrom the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s air and marine operations.
The agency said when agents approached the pilot to question him, he jumped into his airplane and flew away. Agents pursued the airplane in helicopters and observed the pilot throw several bags out of the airplane into the wilderness.
As the airplane approached Canada, Customs and Border Patrol received permission to continue the pursuit across the border and followed it to Langley, where it landed.
Langley RCMP arrested the man and seized the airplane. CBP’s helicopters remained in the air, watching during the arrest.
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