Pittsburgh TSA officers find military ammo and weed in checked bags


SUPPLIERS OFFERING THE VACCINE ON WTAE.COM. MICHELLE: TSA OFFICERS RECENTLY FOUND TWO WEIRD FINDS IN CHECKED BAGS. FIRST, SEE THE JAR OF PEANUT BUTTER? IT SOUNDED AN ALARM AND WHEN AN OFFICER INVESTIGATED WHY, THE OFFICER FOUND THREE VAPED BOXES WITH MARIJUANA WHICH WERE WRAPPED IN PLASTIC HIDDEN INSIDE THE ABUTTER BREAD. THE POLICE WERE CALLED AND THE TRAVELER TOLD OFFICERS THE BOXES WERE FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES BUT HE STILL THINK HE SHOULD TRY TO HIDE THEM. A TSA AGENT FOUND TWO MILLINERS – MILITARY ORDERS INSIDE A CHECKED BAG. IT IS NOT CLEAR IF THE PERSON WHO POSSESSES THEM FACES CHARGES, BUT THE TSA REMINDS EVERYONE THAT MILITARY-GRADE WEAPONS OF ANY

Military ammunition and marijuana found in checked baggage at Pittsburgh International Airport

Transportation Security Administration agents at Pittsburgh International Airport recently discovered two bizarre finds in checked baggage. First, a jar of Jif peanut butter. When a TSA agent investigated why an alarm was triggered, that agent found three vape cartridges containing marijuana wrapped in plastic bags inside. The police have been contacted. The traveler reportedly told officers the cartridges were for medical purposes, but still thought he must try to conceal them. In another case, a TSA agent found two military munitions in a checked bag. It is not known if the person who possesses them is facing charges. The TSA reminds everyone that military-grade weapons of any kind are not permitted in checked or carry-on baggage.

Transportation Security Administration agents at Pittsburgh International Airport recently discovered two bizarre discoveries in checked baggage.

First, a jar of Jif peanut butter. When a TSA agent investigated why an alarm was triggered, that agent found three vape cartridges containing marijuana wrapped in plastic bags inside.

The police have been contacted.

The traveler reportedly told officers the cartridges were for medical purposes, but still thought he must try to conceal them.

strange discoveries at Pittsburgh International Airport

In another case, a TSA agent found two military munitions in a checked bag.

It is not known if the person who possesses them is facing charges.

The TSA reminds everyone that military-grade weapons of any kind are not permitted in checked or carry-on baggage.

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