OKLAHOMA CITY (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – An American Airlines flight from Pittsburgh to DFW Airport was diverted to Oklahoma City because of a drunken, unruly passenger.
The airline says the flight landed in Oklahoma City at about 11:30 p.m. Sunday and departed less than an hour later for Dallas-Fort Worth.READ MORE: TxDOT Unveils 5 Proposals For Interstate 345 In Downtown Dallas
Police body camera footage shows one apparent passenger saying “go get him” as three officers enter the plane to take 32-year-old Brandon Ganus of Weatherford into custody.
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A police report says Ganus was arrested on misdemeanor complaints of public intoxication, resisting arrest, assault and battery, and disorderly conduct.
The report says Ganus used a “variety of … colorful obscenities” to threaten the officers and their families, and that he was eventually taken from the airport in a wheelchair because he had dropped to his knees to resist arrest.
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