Published: Sun, November 12, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

North Carolina air traffic controller accused of having weapon of mass destruction

North Carolina air traffic controller accused of having weapon of mass destruction

An FAA employee at Charlotte Douglas International Airport and another man accused of possessing a weapon of mass destruction were released from jail Saturday morning, records show.

The Charlotte Observer reports that Dandan did not have the weapon of mass destruction at the airport at the time of his arrest.

Paul Dandan was charged with possession of a weapon of mass destruction on November 11, in Charlotte, N.C. The FBI is assisting Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police with the investigation but said federal charges aren't expected against Dandan at this point. It is believed to be some kind of explosive, but was not in Dandan's possession at the airport, according to WSOC.

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Paul Dandan and Derrick Fells were roommates in Charlotte. WNCN reports that the FAA has suspended Dandan's access to the airport while the FAA and the FBI are investigating the case.

Fells was arrested while working at the airport after authorities found the pipe bomb as well as other weapons inside his home.

Dandan, who is also a volunteer with the local fire department, was arrested in 2015 and charged with assaulting a woman.

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A representative with the Federal Aviation Administration noted that Dandan's airport access credentials were revoked following his arrest. Dandan's roommate was arrested for having bomb-making materials, which were not at the airport.

Derrick Fells, 39, has been charged with three counts of manufacturing a weapon of mass destruction and one count of possession of a weapon of mass destruction. Fells told detectives he made the bomb in order to use it against a neighbor. Fells decided not use the Pipe Bomb and instead gave the pipe bomb to Dandon, an acquaintance. who works for the FAA. He refers to his job as an Air Traffic Control Specialist.

It can also be in the form of a poisonous chemical, a weapon involving a disease organism, or one that is created to release deadly radiation.

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