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SportJuvenile is identified as operator of drone that flew over Fenway Park during Red Sox game

22:55  13 april  2019
22:55  13 april  2019 Source:   bostonglobe.com

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The drone seen flying over the field during a Red Sox game at Fenway Park Thursday has been recovered by authorities, who said the operator was a juvenile . The drone was identified and seized by authorities during an investigation involving Boston police, State Police, the Suffolk District

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Juvenile is identified as operator of drone that flew over Fenway Park during Red Sox game© Alex Speier/Globe Staff A drone was flown over Fenway Park in the late innings of Thursday night’s ball game.

The drone seen flying over the field during a Red Sox game at Fenway Park on Thursday has been recovered by authorities, who said the operator was a juvenile.

The drone was identified and seized by authorities during an investigation involving Boston Police, State Police, the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office, and the FAA, according to a statement from Boston police on Saturday.

It was not immediately clear if the juvenile would face charges in connection with the incident. The investigation is ongoing, according to the statement.

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Authorities in Boston have recovered a drone that was seen flying over Fenway Park on Thursday evening during the Red Sox game against the Toronto Blue Jays. The drone 's flight sparked a joint investigation by Boston and state police, the Federal Aviation Administration and the Suffolk County

A drone illegally flew over Fenway Park days before the Boston Marathon is scheduled. The police are investigating. The drone was recovered, and the operator was identified as a juvenile , Boston police said in a statement. The investigation remains active and ongoing at this time.

A drone manufacturer, DJI, said the drone appeared to be one of their products, which they are able to remotely track in certain locations. A spokesman for the company, Adam Lisberg, said in a statement that the company was not involved in the incident but would assist police.

“Anybody should know that you should not flying a drone over a stadium during a baseball game,” said Lisberg told the Globe Thursday. “It’s clearly illegal and stupid.”

Whoever was operating the drone “deliberately violated the FAA temporary flight restriction in place over the game,” he said in the statement.

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