Intruder Breached Joint Base Andrews, Entered Plane

The U.S. Air Power launched has investigation after an intruder allegedly breached Joint Base Andrews and gained entry to an plane assigned to the 89th Airlift Wing.

“An unauthorized particular person gained entry to Joint Base Andrews. The incident is beneath investigation,” a Joint Base Andrews spokesperson stated in a Thursday night assertion to ABC Information. “The Air Power Workplace of Particular Investigations (OSI) is lead on this investigation. Any requests for info associated to the incident may be referred to OSI.”

Joint Base Andrews safety officers later detained and interviewed the suspect, whose id was not launched.

“He was booked OSI and given a federal summons for trespassing. He was turned over to native regulation enforcement, on condition that he had two excellent warrants,” stated officers.

The bottom, positioned in Prince George’s County, Maryland, homes Air Power One, the designated plane which carries the president.

“The safety of our set up is paramount,” stated Col. Roy Oberhaus. “This was a severe breach of safety and Joint Base Andrews is investigating the incident to find out how this occurred so it doesn’t occur once more.”

The White Home has not issued a press release concerning the matter.

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