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Man Stopped At Philly International With Almost $20,000

A man was stopped over the weekend at the Philadelphia International Airport after security guards found what appeared to be a gun, but it turned out he was carrying much more than first thought. flight to Houston Saturday morning. First, inspectors spotted an object resembling a gun at the X-ray checkpoint. “A Philadelphia police officer pulled a silver pistol out of the man’s bag, which turned out to be a cigarette lighter. The officer asks the man for identification and he gives the officer a boarding pass,” said Lt. Mike Chitwood of the Philadelphia Police Department. The boarding pass stated that he was James Wood from New York City. But the Texas ID he produced said he was Yahkya Diarra from Houston. But a New York driver’s license he has showed again identified him as James Wood. At this point, police said, the man admitted that Wood was not his real name. Full Story

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