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November 09, 1986

A member of a church singing group was taken off a USAir Boeing 737 in Houston during an unscheduled stop and arrested for allegedly threatening to blow up the plane with 40 people aboard after a flight attendant refused to serve him a drink, authorities said. Alfred Dukes, 31, who was traveling on Flight 64, en route from San Antonio to Philadelphia, with members of the Macedonia Baptist Church of San Antonio, was charged with interfering with the operation of an aircraft, FBI spokesman Johnnie Joyce said.

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