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12-04-2015, 05:20 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A lockdown at Kirtland Air Force Base turned out to be triggered by the sound of bubble wrap popping that was mistaken for gunfire.

The military base went into lockdown Wednesday afternoon for about 45 minutes along with some neighboring public schools following reports of gunshots near a building on the west side of the base.

Base Director of Public Affairs Eric Elliott says the popper confessed to creating the commotion when bursting sandwich bag-sized air pockets. He says because of the high tension caused by the San Bernardino shooting that occurred Wednesday the noise caused someone to call 911.

The lockdown was lifted after security forces found no evidence of gunfire. Elliott says the lockdown was good practice of emergency procedures.

i'm sure the next step of briliance will be to ban ziplock sandwich bags.


12-04-2015, 05:28 PM
People in this town take care of vermin that go into their yards. 'Coons. 'Possums. Armadillos. Other animals. The people use whatever their weapon of choice is, either handguns, rifles, or shotguns.

Is that legal? Of course not. But they still do that.

If every time a round is fired, that the people here would be calling the police?

Not done.

Now, if someone opens up with a Ma Deuce, and fires off a belt of ammo, maybe it would be a bit different.