FAA: Man in plane tossed toilet paper on Westwood school

Warren Saunders, 60, of Westwood was arraigned today on charges that he dumped three rolls of toilet paper from his Cessna plane last night.Authorities say

WESTWOOD - Warren Saunders, 60, of Westwood was arraigned today on charges that he dumped three rolls of toilet paper from his Cessna plane last night.

Authorities say Saunders hurled wet toilet paper on the field and that it landed on and around the middle school as well as a nearby athletic field where kids were playing soccer. The FAA and hazmat teams were called to determine exactly what fell from the sky.

Cops believe Saunders, who had no comment after his hearing, was making a test run for a weekend high school football game.

Saunders was released on his own recognizance. He faces up to one year in jail and a $1,000 fine.

Statement from Westwood Regional School District superintendent.

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