INDIANAPOLIS — The Transportation Security Administration said three firearms were discovered at the Indianapolis International Airport during the long holiday weekend.
The TSA said officers found a gun on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Sunday at concourse X-ray checkpoints.
The TSA said all the guns were loaded and in carry-on bags.
Airport police responded to all three incidents to take possession of the firearms.
The TSA said passengers can be fined up to $4,100 for carrying a loaded handgun into a checkpoint area.
Nationally, the TSA screened 2.45 million passengers on Sunday.
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