CLEVELAND - A 56-year-old Chesterland man faces charges after being caught trying to pass through security at Hopkins airport with a loaded handgun. Raymond Koren was arrested early Saturday morning.
According to Cleveland Police, Koren was going through checkpoint A when TSA observed a loaded Smith & Wesson handgun in Koren's luggage. Officers were notified and the weapon was removed from Koren's luggage.
Police have not released where Koren was headed.
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