Student arrested at airport free to resume aviation classes (USA Today)

A University of Oklahoma student accused of transporting an explosive device into Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport last week is free to begin attending classes when the fall semester starts. He is one semester away from completing an aviation management degree, his lawyer Kent Eldridge said.


Posted August 17, 2005

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