Cops: NC drove a Wilmington International Airport car

A North Carolina man has been charged with pushing his hatchback into the terminal building at Wilmington International Airport while evading police — and injuring a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent who was scrambling to safety, officials said Friday.

Tray Anthony Dvorak was arrested just after 7 p.m. Thursday after breaking through the perimeter fences at the Wilmington, North Carolina, airport and driving through the airport and onto the tarmac, North Hanover County SheriffSaid Lieutenant J. c. Brewer.

Anthony Dvorak tray in this March 9, 2023, mugshot photo
Anthony Dvorak tray in his mugshot photo on March 9, 2023 (New Hanover Sheriff’s Office)
New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office

Authorities arrested him while he was driving outside the airport, at which point he allegedly plowed his car through the glass doors and windows of the terminal and onto the tiled floors.

At least one law enforcement officer, a TSA agent, was injured, Brewer said. He added that the woman broke her ankle while escaping from the car that was charging. There were no reports of other injuries to the officers or the public.

An after-accident photo shows the front of the white car nearly destroyed, with a smashed windshield and missing hood.

The airport remained open and had “minimal impact on operations”, prof The spokesperson wrote on Twitter.

Meanwhile, Dvorak appeared stoned and was wearing a white button-down shirt in the custody photo provided by the police.

Police said Dvorak's car stopped inside Wilmington International Airport in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Police said Dvorak’s car stopped inside Wilmington International Airport in Wilmington, North Carolina. (New Hanover Sheriff’s Office)
New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office

A Rocky Point, North Carolina, man has been charged with assaulting a state official with a deadly weapon, speeding up to evade arrest, trespassing on airport property, disorderly conduct and “resisting obstruction of a government official’s delay,” the sheriff’s office said.

He was ordered held on a $50,000 surety bond and was scheduled to appear in court via videoconference on Friday.

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