Fargo woman arrested twice at Hector airport released on bond
FARGO – Allison Johnson, the Fargo woman arrested twice in a week at Hector International Airport, was released from jail on a $600 bond Tuesday.
Johnson, 35, faces two misdemeanor charges for criminal trespass and alcohol possession or consumption in public after she caused a disturbance at the airport Monday, Fargo police said.
She arrived intoxicated at the airport about 2 p.m. and was ordered to leave, Lt. Joel Vettel said, but she returned within an hour and was arrested as a result.
Johnson was also arrested last Wednesday at the airport for drunkenly resisting officers after getting off a flight, police said. Police were asked to escort her off the plane after receiving a tip that she assaulted someone onboard.
A call to Johnson on Tuesday was not returned.