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|Jacksonville International Airport sees gun rates triple, but no arrests since 2004|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
Each year, more and more Jacksonville International Airport passengers are stopped at security checkpoints with guns, a rate that tripled in just two years, jumping from 10 to 30.
Each time, airport police let the passengers go, fines in one hand and their guns in the other.
Jacksonville Aviation Authority police have not arrested any passengers stopped with guns in a decade because, interim airport Public Safety Director Lt. Mark Stevens said, all of them mistakenly brought the guns with them and had no criminal intent.
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