The FBI responded to Bridgeport Sunday after a remote-controlled airplane crashed near a Bridgeport power plant.
Police said the crash of the hobbyist’s plane initially raised security concerns.
However, police said the man’s account checked out and he was released with a warning not to fly any model aircraft near the power plant in the future.
According to police, security concerns were raised Sunday when the man, a University of Bridgeport alumnus and city resident, approached the main security gate at the PSEG plant and said that he had been flying his remote-controlled plane, equipped with a camera, and lost control of it near the plant.
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