Anonymous call sends deputies, bomb dogs to Dickinson airport
An anonymous call stating something would happen at Dickinson’s airport turned out to be a false alarm.
Law enforcement arrived at 11 a.m. and performed a parameter search. Bomb sniffing dogs from the Minot Air Force Base were brought in to search the area. After searching the airplane and area, deputies determined there was no threat at the airport and the plane was able to leave, Tuhy said. No one was injured. Law enforcement left the scene at approximately 2:15 p.m.
The airport has a security plan in place.
The Bureau of Criminal Investigations, North Dakota Highway Patrol and Stark County Emergency Management also responded to the incident.