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Police in North Carolina have arrested and charged two men -- one an airport employee -- for possessing a homemade bomb, police said. Fells told police in Charlotte he had intended to use the bomb against a neighbor with whom he had been arguing, but changed his mind and gave it to Paul Dandon, 30, a full-time employee of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) based at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Police said Dandon's job gave him access only to an offsite air traffic control tower, but not to any restricted area in the airport terminal or to any aircraft.
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