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A squadron of drones flying over the Midwest at night, every night for nearly two weeks have left both the residents and the officers who the driver is, and what purpose they serve, a report said on Sunday.
Over the past few weeks, three of the more rural counties have been experiencing night-time flyovers on the north-eastern corner of Colorado, at least, in a county in neighboring Nebraska, the Denver Post reported.
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Instead, in the Lincoln, Washington, and Sedgwick counties say their offices have been flooded with phone calls this week about the unit, the newspaper reported.
Even though there has been no claim of responsibility, an abundance of theories have been offered, ranging from the work of a Mexican drug cartel, and to the alien beings from a distant galaxy, The History Channel and lost cities, and the farmers are on the lookout for a track night.
Sedgwick County of Sheriff, Carlton Britton, is taking it all in stride, and said with a smile: “Oh, yes, there has been a lot of conspiracy theories floating in Sedgwick County right now.”
Bert gives you the look of the drones themselves, and said: “residents have been calling his office since Jan. 17, reporting to be from six to 10 seconds at a time.
This is the kind of conversations have been received by the officials at the nearby Phillips County: in fact, the mouse, or take a cruise through the area between 7 and 10 hours of flying only a few hundred feet in the air, according to the report.
Sheriffs have been reached by the american Federal Aviation Authority, and the America, previously told the newspaper that the air force denies any involvement. For the FAA, told The Post this week and it did not have any information about the mystery of the round. And the Drug Enforcement Administration, or the U.S. Military Command.
So far, this is all speculation, and that is to fly the drones with six-foot wingspans, and what their purpose might be.
Britton, along with the Phillips County Sheriff, Thomas Elliott, tried to determine what laws and rules are to be broken up with the night flights. At the moment, ” he said, and it’s all over the board, even if it’s a bit of a cause for concern.
“We don’t have any idea at this point. No leads and no ideas. It’s just a weird phenomenon.”
— Sedgwick County Sheriff, Carlton Britton
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The Lincoln County Sheriff Tom Nestor said as he received the first report of a drone sighting in his jurisdiction on a Thursday night. He was expecting the conspiracy theorists to run wild, but the Nastor said he’s most concerned with the fact that the air to collide with aircraft, from Limon to the airport, or the helicopters are used in emergency situations, the Post reported.
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“I would love for someone to break it wide open. I don’t know what it is, but I’m not in my county,” Nestor said.