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Flyer of Drone That Crashed at White House May Be Charged Because of Washington Law

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

When it comes to drones, it’s safe to say that law enforcement has looked the other way on many occasions.

Not this time.

A man accused of operating a drone that crash landed at the White House last week may be charged for violating national defense airspace, CNN reports.

The flyer, Shawn Usman, said he was trying to fly the drone just outside of his friend’s apartment when it inexplicably took off took the White House.

“Many of the public reports of his actions with respect to this incident are inaccurate,” his attorney Jim Garland said in a statement. “He has cooperated fully with the Secret Service’s investigation and looks forward to putting this unfortunate episode behind him.”

Federal law prohibits the flying of drones in Washington.

Federal investigators are trying to determine whether charges are warranted.


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