Sussex Police arrest two suspects after a drone crash in Gatwick However, less than a day after the arrest of the 47-year-old and his 54-year-old wife from Crowley, West Sussex, they were released. Police will now conduct a two-day search for a possible suspect in the drone crash that shut down Gatwick Airport. Although the police insisted that this did not mean that they had returned to the first square. But there seems to be no chance of leadership
Jason Tingley, chief investigator of Sussex Police, says:
Don’t have a drone?
The sight of a drone forced authorities to close the second largest airport in England for the third time in three days. This situation left about 140,000 passengers stranded. However, Detective Tingley said that there may not have been a drone before. He said that all evidence indicating the presence of drones at the scene were witnesses and were unable to obtain a true picture of the drones. It is possible that the witnesses who saw the drone were wrong. (Despite 200 views and 67 police reports)
Tingley added that the bad weather was during the airport’s closure period. So it’s quite possible that the 67 drone sightings were completely different.
Sussex Police are now busy searching for the remains of a drone they found near the airport. Forensic analysis is likely to lead to a better understanding of the situation. Police can then narrow down the suspects when they confirm that the body belongs to the drone that led to the crisis.
Tingley also said:
We are reviewing this information carefully to see if it raises additional questions, and we may focus our efforts regarding household inquiries, CCTV footage and other information on will help us with Work to verify this ”
What is it now?
Gatwick Airport has officially announced that it will award £ 50,000 for information on drone chaos that could lead to the arrest of the perpetrator. They gave this prize to stop the crime
Officials finally announced the opening of the airport on Friday after several delays over three days. The British Army has not disclosed what equipment it uses to clear the air of potentially disturbing drones. Analysts claim the military will likely use the Israeli drone dome system to jam nearby drones and put the airport back into operation.
A couple trapped in chaotic drone activity that lasted for several days at Gatwick Airport has been accused of the “disgust” they face.
About 1,000 flights, affecting 140,000 passengers, were canceled or diverted over a three-day period after drones were found at Britain’s second largest airport on Wednesday.
Paul Gate, 47, and his wife Eileen Kirk, 54, were arrested for their involvement in drone activities and were later released free of charge.
In a tearful statement read by Mr. Jett, the duo said they felt “totally violated” and were now receiving medical attention after trauma.
Our home was searched, and our privacy and identity were completely exposed,” said Jett.
Our names, pictures, and other personal information are published worldwide.
“Our family and friends are very concerned, and we are receiving medical care.
We are extremely pleased with the support we receive from people around the world and thank everyone for doing so.”
“We urge the media to respect our privacy and let us work during Christmas as best we can.”
Sussex Police arrested Mr. Gate and Mrs. Kirk at their home in Crawley, West Sussex, five miles from the Coliseum Friday night.
Mr. Jett, a father of two who works as a window mechanic, is known to his neighbors with an interest in model aircraft and helicopters.
But his boss insisted that at the time of the drone interview he was working in Gatwick airspace.
The comments came when Sussex police were forced to admit that “bad communication” led investigators to claim that there might not be a Gatwick drone.
More than 200 people have been seen since the first drone was seen in the Gatwick area on Wednesday, and it had 67 police officers from the budget, including police officers and airport officials.
However, after an hour-long phone call headed by Transportation Secretary Chris Grayling, government sources said the police had admitted that the proposal was a positive “response”. “Bad connection”
A Sussex police spokesman later said: “ When you get close to the investigation you can’t ignore anything. We can clearly state that a large number of illegal drones were seen at the airport during the three days from December 19 to 21.
The Corps is offering a bounty of £ 50,000 for helpful information. Bringing those responsible for the obstruction to justice
The phone call was attended by Cabinet Office Secretary David Leadington – Theresa May’s de facto representative – Sajid Javid, Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace and Secretary of Defense Stuart Andrew.
Mr Luddington is said to have pressed the Home Office and the Department of Defense quickly to update deployment protocols to sign military assistance requests.
In a statement released on Monday, Mr. Wallace’s system can now be deployed across the UK to combat the drone threat.
Acknowledging there is no easy way to deal with drone attacks. But he warned that those who used them “recklessly” or illegally could face severe punishment.
Gatwick Airport is the second largest airport in the United Kingdom recently, and drones have forced authorities to close all airports and ground flights from Wednesday through Thursday afternoon. This has disrupted travel plans for tens of thousands of passengers.