Colo. man arrested at Indy airport after refusing to turn off phone
Alois Vetter (Photo: FOX59.com)
INDIANAPOLIS – A Colorado man was arrested at the Indianapolis airport Wednesday morning after authorities said he refused to turn off his cellphone despite requests from crew members.
Alois Vetter, 45, is being charged with disorderly conduct, reported FOX59.com.
Flight attendants told police Vetter refused to turn off his cell phone for departure. The pilot had to return the plane to the gate where crews asked him to leave the plane.
Vetter refused to leave the plane, police said, and he was arrested.
Vetter, from Milliken Colo., was taken to jail and his 15-year-old daughter was released into the custody of child services.
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