|By James Staley, Las Cruces Sun-News, N.M.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
"I yelled at my son," Enslin said. "I said, 'There's this drone in the back yard and I'm not going out there.'"
Enslin called the
Berger was showing it to an insurance salesman, hoping to take out a policy because he plans to use it for work and it cost nearly
"I'm so happy," said Berger, preparing to pick up the drone Friday at the
Enslin eventually warmed up to the drone, showing it to neighbors in the past couple days. She was unsure what to do with it because, until Friday, Berger's contact information was not on it.
"It's a beautiful machine," she said. "I'm glad to get it back to its owner. Seems like it'd be a lot of fun."
Federal regulators, however, aren't so enthusiastic about drones.
In 2011 the
Recently a federal judge threw out the fine, saying it was unenforceable. The
Berger said he has consulted an attorney on the matter.
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