Arrest Made After Suspicious Device Found At Jacksonville Airport
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Authorities have a suspect in custody after finding two suspicious packages — including one they described as destructive — at the Jacksonville International Airport.
Zeljko Causevic was booked into the Jacksonville County Jail early Wednesday and is being held without bond on charges that include making a false report about planting a bomb or explosive.
Officials say 39-year-old Causevic will be in bond court at 1:30 p.m.
The airport was shut down for nearly five hours Tuesday evening after the packages were found.
Michael Stewart, who handles external affairs for the Jacksonville Airport Aviation Authority, says another suspect was arrested and questioned. He says that suspect is not connected to the incident at this time.
The airport was back to normal operation Wednesday morning.