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  • dlpatz@aol.com
    This came through Civil Air Patrol channels, so it s probably for real. Dan SUSPICIOUS PERSON ALERT… Kimberly Al-Homsi – 42, White Female – Brown
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 8, 2007
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      This came through Civil Air Patrol channels, so it's probably for real.
       
      Dan
       
      SUSPICIOUS PERSON ALERT…
       
       
      Kimberly Al-Homsi – 42, White Female – Brown Hair, Blue Eyes
      5’ 5”  145 lbs.
       
      AND
       
      Aisha Hamad – 50, White Female – Brown Hair, Green Eyes
      5’ 1”  185 lbs.
      Owner of Vehicle – RED, 1993 HONDA CIVIC, 4 DOOR – TX LIC# 735 CCS
       
       
      INCIDENT REPORT SUMMARY:
      SUNDAY, FEB 25 at 2:30pm
      The two suspects were recorded on camera, walking back and forth through the DAL Main Terminal Building. They continued to do so for several minutes before going up escalators to 2nd floor (in front of Badge Office) to look down over the main check point.  Several minutes later, a DPD officer spotted the two women and approached them for questioning.  Both women were wearing full camouflage uniforms and combat boots with a ladies overcoat on top which looked like “an attempt to try and conceal what they were wearing.”  Suspects told officer they were looking for Flight Museum and did not have a scheduled flight out; they began to leave once given directions.  Officer watched women go into lobby bathroom before exiting, so a female TSA supervisor was asked to go in and observe the suspects.  TSA supervisor stated that the two women were talking about catching their flight out that day from Love Field.  Due to direct conflict of stories, the two suspects were followed out to their car by DPD Officers.  They drove off in a red ’93 Honda Civic.  While paying at the exit from the parking lot, suspects asked attendant if she was a Muslim.
       
      TUESDAY, FEB 27 at 10:00pm
      Same two suspects were identified after a call from Frontiers of Flight Museum.  The caller reported that the two were parked in the museums parking lot and standing up against the airports AOA fence using binoculars.  They were looking out over the runway in the direction of the Main Terminal Building.  Again, wearing full camouflage uniforms, combat boots and gloves, in clear 70 degree weather.  Museum employee confronted them and told them to leave.  DPD dispatchers passed on the information on suspects and they were immediately found at the Q-T gas station at Mockingbird and Cedar Springs.  Once the suspects were aware of the DPD officers approaching them, they secured all their belongings into bags and locked them in the car.  The women would not allow officers to search the vehicle to find out what they had hid, but they did search the two of them; finding 5 digital camera memory cards on each woman, several lighters, their binoculars and a flash light.  Without being able to convict the two of wrongful doing they were released with minor charges.  The suspects were driving in the same red Honda Civic that night.
       
       
      PREVIOUS CRIMINAL HISTORY:
      KIM AL-HOMSI was arrested in 2005 with a road rage charge.  She made a threat on another vehicle using a hand grenade.  She is still currently on probation for that incident.
      AISHA HAMAD has a record with the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) for other similar incidents.
       
       
      IF YOU BELIEVE YOU’VE SEEN ONE OF THESE WOMEN YOU SHOULD REPORT IT TO THE DALLAS POLICE DEPARTMENT IMMEDIATELY.
       
       
       
       
       
      PAMELA S. DUNN
       Airport Security Coordinator
         214.670.6337  -   Fax / 6051
               469.525.3018 / Cell
       




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