Tuesday, March 29, 2016

A Phantom Plane: Small aircraft flies 'very low' over Trump cottages in Bedminster Township, Somerset County, New Jersey

Suspicious Incident
March 26th

At approximately 1100hrs, Bedminster Police were informed of a plane that was flying very low over the cottages at Trump National Golf Course.

The officer arrived on scene and did not observe any planes in the area. 

Security stated that one small white plane without a tail number did approximately 3 passes over the cottages at a very low altitude over the course of 20 minutes.

The officer then responded to the Somerset Airport and spoke to the employee who stated approximately 15-20 planes flew out of the airport today. 

She stated that it is illegal to not have a tail number visible.

The employee stated she would ask the pilots upon their return if any of them were in the airspace over Trump National Golf Course and call the Police of any that were.

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Original article can be found here:   https://www.tapinto.net

BEDMINSTER TWP. – An unidentified, small white plane was seen flying “very low” over cottages at the Trump National Golf Club on Lamington Road – where Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been known to stay – on Saturday, March 26, according to police.

At about 11 a.m., police were informed that a plane without a tail number made about three passes over the cottages at a very low altitude over the course of 20 minutes. A responding officer did not see any planes in the area.

Police then contacted the nearby Somerset Hills Airport on Airport Road and were told by an airport employee that about 15 to 20 planes flew out of the airport that day. The employee reported that it is illegal to not have a tail number visible on the plane, police said.

The employee informed police that she would ask pilots upon their return if any of them were in the airspace over Trump National and to call police if they were.

Trump, who owns the golf course, is currently the front-runner for the GOP nomination for president. He and other members of his family have reportedly received threats in recent weeks.

Original article can be found here: http://www.newjerseyhills.com

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

“very low” can mean a lot of things to different people, especially if they are not pilots.

Jim Howard said...

If it is an older airplane it might have only 2 inch registration numbers.