Published: Mon, January 22, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

TV crew tries to get fake bomb onto plane in Newark

TV crew tries to get fake bomb onto plane in Newark

Ruben Montenegro, 44, of Annadale; Michael L. Palmer, 51, of Rossville; and Adolfo Lacola, 51, of Richmond Valley, were charged with public false alarms, interference with transportation and conspiracy, said Port Authority Police spokesman Joe Pentangelo.

A law enforcement source told nj that the fake explosive consisted of a piece of PVC pipe with wires sticking out of it.

'This type of stunt is reckless, dangerous, uninformed and totally insensitive to the reality of the terror threat we face. They expected to record the panic and disarray the discovery of a "bomb" in the airport may cause and use it for a reality TV show. They have all been reportedly released pending a court appearance.

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If those arrested are found guilty, they could face penalties of up to $13,000.

At least seven individuals have been arrested by Port Authority Police after Transportation Security Administration officers detected a suspicious item in a carry-on bag. "Staten Island Hustle" was announced earlier this month and was set to premiere sometime this spring. ABC News reported that authorities said the item had "all of the makings of an improvised explosive device".

Others in the group "covertly" filmed it, she said.

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"The preliminary investigation indicates that all were in collaboration and claimed to be working for a television network", Lisa Farbstein, acting director of media relations, wrote in a news release. Investigators say the crew was trying to get the item through security in a roller bag while secretly recording video of the incident.

The crew was from Endemol Shine, a Netherlands based production company.

It was not until the offenders were arrested by security staff that they revealed they were crew members for Endemol Shine Group, a Dutch production company, that was contracted to work on the CNBC show "Staten Island Hustle".

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