I’ve heard that the airspace around DC is busted by pilots quite frequently - something on the order of like once a day or once a week. We usually don’t hear about the incidents because they’re minor infractions just grazing the Class B airspace. The pilots are interviewed by the authorities and usually let go with a slap on the wrist.
I suspect that the pilot landed at Tipton as directed - did what he needed to do there, and then crashed on takeoff after being cleared as no threat. I reckon he was pretty nervous after going through the interview process and then screwed the pooch during takeoff.
A PA-46 bearing tail number N9130N crashed during an aborted takeoff in Redlands, California back in 1996.
aircraftone.com/aircraft/acc … X06558.asp
The pilot departed runway 08 during local thunderstorm activity. The runway had an uphill gradient of 2.2 percent. The pilot reported the winds were from the southeast at 10 to 15 knots. He said that during takeoff, he raised the gear at approximately 50 feet agl and retracted the flaps. Except for light turbulence, the takeoff was uneventful until the airplane reached an altitude of about 75 to a 100 feet agl. At about that time, the airplane started descending. The pilot applied full power and increased the pitch attitude, but was unable to arrest the descent. When the pilot realized the airplane was going to contact the ground, he extended the landing gear. Before the landing gear was fully extended, the propeller struck the runway. The pilot noted a resultant vibration and elected to abort the takeoff. The airplane then traveled beyond the departure end of the runway and encountered rocky terrain.