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08-27-2016, 07:44 AM

Man high on meth causes nearly $1 million in damages after crashing truck, plane at Eppley, reports say
UPDATED 9:12 AM CDT Aug 27, 2016


OMAHA, Neb. —According to reports obtained by KETV NewsWatch 7, Delario Koonce, 35, trespassed into Eppley Airfield Thursday and caused nearly $1 million in damages.:rolleyes:

Police say, Koonce was involved in a disturbance :bongo:with officers and fled on foot, telling authorities someone was trying to kill him.

Koonce scaled a fence and got onto the tarmac before stealing a Southwest Airlines 2012 Chevy Silverado, reports say.

"He drove it erratically until he rammed it into the Boeing 737 that was parked. There were no skid marks and no indication that Konce tried to stop or avoid the collision. Both air bags deployed and there was heavy damage to the front end and windshield of the truck," police say.

The damage to the truck is listed as $10,000.

The damage to the plane is listed as $975,000.

Police say Koonce was high on meth at the time of the incident.




Airport officials address security after man crashes truck into plane
'I want the public to understand that the perimeter fence is just one layer of our security,' airport police chief says.
UPDATED 6:37 PM CDT Aug 26, 2016

OMAHA, Neb. —Omaha police identified the man involved in Thursday's trespassing and destruction of property incidents at Eppley Airfield.

The suspect, Delairo Koonce, 35, had parked his vehicle in the airport main drive and was acting erratically, screaming and flailing his arms, police say.

An Eppley Airfield officer attempted to contact him, but police say he ran into the airport parking garage. Officers attempted to contain Koonce as he began removing his clothing.:rolleyes:

While additional officers responded, Koonce "was able to conceal himself in landscaping shrubbery and officers lost sight of him for a short period of time," a press release said.

According to police, Koonce was then observed scaling an eight foot barbed wire fence leading to the airport south ramp.

Koonce ran from the inside of the fence into a construction area where he jumped into an unattended airline pickup truck.

For four minutes, he led airport police on a chase that ended when struck the landing gear of a Southwest Airline plane that was boarding passengers.

"The lady who gets them on board started screaming get off the jet bridge. You've got to get off the jet bridge and then it shook,” said Shannon Hale, who witnessed the incident.

Koonce was taken into custody, and was transported to Nebraska Medicine with minor injuries.