Arrest made in Newark airport security breach

Arrest made in Newark ai

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January 9, 2010 08:29

 
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The Chinese man believed to have caused a security breach that resulted in major delays last weekend at Newark Liberty Airport when he took advantage of a guard's absence to sneak past a checkpoint and walk arm-in-arm with a woman has been arrested, authorities said. Haisong Jiang, 28, of Piscataway was taken into custody at 7:30 p.m. Friday at his home, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said. He was being held late Friday night at the airport by Port Authority police, who arrested him. The Port Authority said in a statement that Jiang is being charged with defiant trespass, and that the charge was determined in coordination with the Essex County prosecutor and federal officials, though it's not a federal charge.

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