Eleven people -- including one from Arkansas -- face misdemeanor charges of possessing weapons at Tulsa International Airport. Federal prosecutor Neal Kirkpatrick says just one of the cases involves a gun while the others include knives and brass knuckles. He says the charge carries up to a year in prison, but says probation is likely for those who plead guilty. The eleven include Stephen Sanders, who was carrying a bag with an unloaded gun and eleven bullets in his carry-on bag. Investigators say Sanders apparently forgot the gun was in the bag. Among those charged are Ashley Jones of Fort Smith, Arkansas. The others are Adam Bush of Broken Arrow; Lisa Rader of Tulsa; Cheryl Kay Flowers-Biglow of Depew; Cameron Tabrizi of Norman; Jerome Janet junior of Tulsa; and Florence Eli, 29, of Tulsa. Also charged are Steven Elias of Tulsa; William Garey of Independence, Kansas; and Sandra Echevaria Rivera, whose hometown wasn`t known.