Yesterday, someone landed a plane at the Houston Executive Airport and disappeared. The plane's nose gear collapsed, causing it to slide off the runway and into some nearby grass. Authorities rushed to the scene to investigate, but didn't find a pilot or any passengers.
What they did find, however, was a bunch of weed. The amount that law enforcement found suggests that it was definitely for more than personal use. Witnesses say they saw shadows dart out of the plane after its landing, but weren't certain how many people might have been aboard.
The airport's executive director says they operate without an air traffic controller, and weren't expecting the plane to land there. It's alright, the Federal Aviation Association and the Department of Homeland Security have volunteered their services to help local police get to the bottom of this.
[via Gawker and the Associated Press]