Bush Airport restaurant worker arrested, accused of having loaded gun
TSA screeners say the gun was found in his backpack
HOUSTON – A man was arrested for bringing a loaded gun into a secured area of Bush Intercontinental Airport, authorities said.
Dvarius Irvell Conerly, 22, was arrested Saturday.
According to the Houston Police Department, Conerly works at a restaurant in the airport, and was going through the screening area in terminal C when agents said they found a loaded 9mm pistol in his backpack.
Conerly is charged with carrying a prohibited weapon in a prohibited place. He posted a $5,000 bond.