Kansas man accused of airport bomb hoax
KANSAS CITY - A Kansas man who investigators say made comments about a bomb at Kansas City International Airport is facing federal charges.
The U.S. Attorney's office says 33-year-old David James Cain, of Kansas City, Kansas, was indicted Friday by a federal grand jury in Kansas City, Missouri.
The incident prompted evacuation of a main airport terminal while arriving flights were rerouted to another terminal the evening of Aug. 31.
Cain is charged with one count each of making a bomb hoax and conveying false information. Prosecutors said he told two people at an airline ticket counter there was a bomb in a truck he had parked in front of the terminal.
Cain does not have a listed phone number. Court records did not show an attorney for him Friday.
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