Multiple news outlets are claiming that a drone disrupted traffic at Newark International Airport in New Jersey on Tuesday. The New York Times says that a drone was spotted hovering at "about 3,500 feet" above Teterboro Airport 17 miles away, which was apparently serious enough to halt all inbound and outbound flights until 5:45PM. Meanwhile, CBS claims there were actually two separate drone sightings, and that one plane barely missed one of them. CBS uploaded a clip of some of the air traffic control radio chatter, which you can watch here. "There's something (inaudible) here. We don't, we thought maybe it was a drone. But there's definitely something (inaudible) here," audio from air traffic control says. "Yes sir. Object and it definitely looks like a drone," the recording continues. "We missed the drone by about 30 feet off the wing..." The FAA is working with law enforcement to try and track down those responsible. FAA regulations say drones should not be flown above 400 feet. Sources tell CBS2 those caught can face criminal charges and up to $15,000 in fines.