Arkansas man, 18, informed police he meant to tried fly a STOLEN jet to attend an out-of-state rap live performance
Police say a person accused of making an attempt to steal a business jet informed investigators he thought piloting the airplane would contain little greater than pushing buttons and pulling levers.
Investigators say 18-year-old Zemarcuis Devon Scott wished to fly to an out-of-state live performance when he hopped inside an American Eagle jet at Texarkana Regional Airport in Arkansas.
The Texarkana Gazette experiences Scott was contained in the cockpit when he was arrested early on July 4.
He was charged Monday and remained jailed Thursday on business housebreaking and tried theft of property expenses.
Envoy Air operates the airplane. The corporate says the 44-seat jet wasn’t broken.
Miller County jail information do not record an legal professional for Scott, who lives in Texarkana.
An affidavit says police discovered Scott after responding to experiences of a person leaping an airport fence.
Scott is at the moment being held on the Miller County jail on $25,000 bail.
He was charged with business housebreaking and tried theft of property with a worth better than $25,000.
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