CHARLOTTE, N.C. - An air traffic controller at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina was arrested Friday for having a weapon of mass destruction, a source says.
Paul Dandan was working in the Charlotte Douglas Airport at the time of his arrest, sources say.
Dandan had some kind of explosive, which was not at the airport, sources say.
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Dandan's roommate was arrested for having bomb-making materials, which were not at the airport.
Materials to make a pipe bomb-like device were found at Dandan's residence, a source says. The device was not assembled.
Federal agents are involved in the investigation.
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