On Tuesday, the City of Cleveland announced that two city officials who were involved in a "security incident" at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport last week have been suspended.
Fred Szabo, assistant director of Port Control and Darnell Brown, chief of operations for the City of Cleveland, were both suspended with pay pending the outcome of the investigation, according to a news release from the city.
The "security incident" happened on Oct. 25.
The incident is still under investigation. News 5 has reached out to city officials for more details on the incident.