ROMULUS (WWJ) – The Transportation Security Administrations said two firearms were found at Detroit Metro Airport at different times on Thursday.

In the first of two incidents, TSA officials say they discovered a loaded 9 mm Glock at around 5 a.m. in the carry-on luggage of a 41 year-old female passenger who was planning to fly to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. TSA immediately notified local law enforcement who responded to the checkpoint and arrested the passenger.  Her name has not been released.

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In the second instance, TSA agents discovered a loaded .38 caliber revolver in the carry-on luggage of a 56-year-old man who was flying to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

In the first three months this year, TSA agents in Detroit have found four firearms in carry-on luggage. Thirty-two were found in all of 2014.

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Firearms are prohibited in carry-on bags, but can be transported in checked bags if they are unloaded, properly packed and declared to the airline.

Those who bring firearms to security checkpoints are referred to law enforcement and are subject to criminal penalties as well as fines of up to $11,000 for a single violation of a firearm brought to a security checkpoint

The TSA reminds travelers to check their bags thoroughly before coming to the airport to make they’re not carrying any illegal or prohibited items. Travelers are also urged to contact their airline regarding firearm and ammunition carriage policies.

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