A person holding a laser light during the landing of planes was arrested in Florida
SARASOTA Florida. The man who held the laser light during the landing of the planes in Florida and thus injured a pilot was arrested by the authorities.
The man named Charlie Chapman Jr. had reflected four times laser light on the plane during its landing at Sarasota Bredanton Airport last week. Incidents include projecting laser light onto the sheriff’s helicopter.
The pilot, whose laser light hit his eye, said that he had temporary vision loss and permanent blurred vision.
According to the report by Orlando Sentinel, there is also a video recording of a man throwing something into the sheriff’s helicopter.
The deputies reached Chapman after several pilots with laser light reflected complained of the situation.
Deputies found the 41-year-old man on a forklift Wednesday night. The man who made a move against the deputies with the hammer in his hand was taken under control with the shock gun.
Charlie Chapman Jr. was accused of shining laser light on a pilot, injuring a pilot, and acting aggressively towards a police officer. Whether Chapman has a lawyer is not yet known.
|J. Marion Sims, American gynecologist and physician (d. 1883)|
|1868||Juventino Rosas, Mexican violinist and composer (d. 1894)|
|1885||Kitahara Hakushū, Japanese poet and author (d. 1942)|
|1896||Florence Mills, American singer, dancer, and actress (d. 1927)|
|1905||Maurice Roy, Canadian cardinal (d. 1985)|
|1917||Paul Rowe, Canadian football player (d. 1990)|
|Samuel T. Cohen, American physicist and academic (d. 2010)|
|1934||Mimi Kok, Dutch actress and singer (d. 2014)|
|Charlene, Princess of Monaco|