Guitar causes security scare at airport

CLEVELAND (AP) — Police say an unattended bag that led security officials to temporarily close part of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport was a guitar left behind by a man who couldn't afford the luggage fee for it.

Police told that prosecutors will decide whether to pursue any charges against the manover the bag abandoned Tuesday in a check-in area.

The man was questioned and allowed to board his flight home after investigators determined there was no safety threat.

He told WEWS-TV he's sorry and that he didn't realize his role in what happened until it was over and he was questioned.