Tuesday, January 18, 2000
10 Horace Williams Airplanes Looted
Ten different planes located at
Horace Williams Airport were reported
broken into Saturday, according to
Unknown subject(s) stole property
from nine planes and damaged one
plane between 5 p.m. Friday and 10
Five individuals, one corporation and
the Chapel Hill Flying Club filed reports
with University Police.
Nine incident reports cite breaking
and entering motor conveyance and
felonious larceny while one report cited
Bill Sawyer, president of the Chapel
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Hill Flying Club, said he hoped that
University Police would pursue the case.
Five of the airplanes that were broken
into belonged to club members.
“We’ve been told that the initial
(investigation) report will be available
tomorrow morning,” Sawyer said. “The
total losses are substantial.”
Sawyer said he learned Monday that
airplanes at the Franklin County airport
were broken into the same night.
“This is the first time anything has
ever happened at Horace Williams
Airport,” he said.
Sawyer said that although several
planes were locked, the airport itself
remains unlocked. He said security at
Horace Williams Airport was minimal.
“The standard across the country is
that you don’t lock airports,” he said.
Crime is uncommon at airports
because aviators treat each other with
respect, Sawyer said.
The suspect(s) only stole certain
equipment and left some more expen
sive equipment behind, he said. “It
appears (the suspects) had a specific list
of items they were looking for.”
The incident occured days after the
Nnational Transportation Safety Board
released a factual report with new infor
mation about ajune 5 plane crash at the
airport. The report revealed that the
pilot of the Cessna 152 airplane,
Roderick Farb, tested positive for drugs
shortly after the accident.
Reports state that a SI,OOO audio
panel, GPS-Com navigation equipment
valued at SIO,OOO and communication
radio and a $3,000 Garmin 130 com
munication radio was stolen from a
1976 Cessna 210 airplane.
Two pieces of radio/communications
navigation equipment valued at $3,500
were removed from the cockpit area of
a 1992 Mooney M2OJ airplane.
A $4,500 King KXISS communica
tions radio was stolen from a 1970 Piper
A $2,500 King KXISS communica
tions radio and a SSOO headset were
stolen from a 1973 Piper PA-28-235 air
Navigation and radio equipment val
- ued at $3,000 and a King KRB6 ADF
valued at $2,500 was stolen from a
Two pieces of dual communication
and radio equipment valued at $3,000
each were stolen from a 1980 Mooney
A $1,500 Cessna 300 navigation
radio was stolen from a 1978 Cessna
Two pieces of King KXISS naviga
tion/radio equipment valued at $6,000
each, a SI,OOO King KT7BA transpon
der and a S9OO audio panel were stolen
from a 1982 Piper PA-28-161 airplane.
A King KMA24 audio panel valued
at S9OO and two pieces of King KXISS
navigation/radio equipment valued at
$3,000 each were stolen from a 1979
One victim reported attempted lar
ceny of a 1975 Cessna 172 M which sus
tained $4,000 worth of damage.
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