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DURATION: 1:29-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:WJXT - AP CLIENTS ONLYJacksonville, Florida - October 2, 2013MANDATORY ON-SCREEN COURTESY: WJXT1. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Stewart, Jacksonville Airport Authority Spokesman:"The subject stated, I came to the security guard and said, 'I got a bomb in here.' The subject further explained that inside his camouflaged backpack he had a device which he said was supposed to be a bomb, but it's not. He described the device as a luggage scale containing two flat, round batteries a microchip inside."2. White flash3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Stewart, Jacksonville Airport Authority Spokesman:"The second person was acting suspiciously. They were approached by the police, and they were arrested for, I think the report said was resisting arrest. There was no connection with the other individual as determined in the interview by the arresting authority."4. White flash5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Stewart, Jacksonville Airport Authority Spokesman:"The initial device that was mentioned in the report that was read was around the checkpoint, either in the checkpoint or post the checkpoint. I'm not sure of the exact location. The second suspect that we're talking about was stopped in the garage area."6. White flash7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Stewart, Jacksonville Airport Authority Spokesman:"Please, travelers, if you're traveling out of Jacksonville International Airport to contact your airlines to find out if there are any change, if there is any change in your flight status, and that will help the flow. Otherwise, operation is pretty normal at Jacksonville International Airport."STORYLINE:Authorities said a man arrested at Jacksonville International Airport told security screeners he had a bomb in his backpack but they only found a luggage scale with a microchip inside, along with a remote control device he called a "detonator."Zeljko Causevic, 39, was booked into jail early Wednesday and was being held without bond on charges that included making a false report about planting a bomb or explosive and manufacturing, possessing, selling or delivering a hoax bomb, according to an arrest report.Jacksonville Airport Authority Spokesman Michael Stewart read from the report Wednesday morning during a briefing with reporters.The arrest report indicates Causevic approached a TSA agent Tuesday and said he had a bomb in his bag. The TSA agents notified authorities. Stewart said Causevic was detained between 5:30 and 6 p.m. The airport was evacuated and flights were stopped before reaching the gates. Passengers were displaced for nearly five hours.Causevic was scheduled to appear in bond court in Jacksonville at 1 p.m. An arrest report indicates he is originally from Bosnia.Another person was arrested after officials say he started acting suspiciously but authorities said he was not connected to Causevic.The airport was back to normal operation Wednesday morning, but Stewart encouraged travelers to check with their airlines for any lingering delays.