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The images from the TSA’s attack on the airport in Phoenix, let’s suppose to charge through the checkpoint, punching the officers

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New images have been released from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, shows a suspect, a 19-year-old Tyrese Garner, an attempt to rush through the security checkpoint, and five of the wounded TSA agents in the process. Garner was soon tempered by the TSA and arrested by the Phoenix Police Department. He is being charged with suspicion of felony criminal trespassing, misdemeanor resisting arrest, and five counts of misdemeanor sexual assault.

Footage of a violent incident at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has emerged following reports of a security scare earlier in the week.

Tyrese Garner, 19, was arrested Tuesday morning after attempting to rush by way of a security, the five of the wounded Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials are in the process.

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New images have been released showing the suspect, wearing a red sweater, barging through what appears to be a full-body scanner, and to beat a TSA officer, and dancing to a variety of others.

Footage taken at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport shows a man bursting through the checkpoint.

Garner was soon tempered by a TSA officer, and was arrested by the police for the Phoenix Police Department. Five of the officers were later treated for injuries sustained during the attack.

The 19-year-old, from Lubbock, Texas, was charged with suspicion of felony criminal trespassing, misdemeanor resisting arrest, and five counts of misdemeanor sexual assault, the Associated Press reported.

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“This unprovoked and brutal physical attack against Tsos is unacceptable,” reads a TSA statement issued on the occasion of an incident. “We are very thankful for our employees and for the role they play in protecting the traveling public each and every day. We will continue to ensure the health and safety of the transmission system operators (Tsos involved in the incident and will co-operate fully with the ongoing investigation.”

Court records obtained by The Arizona Republic show Garner may be suffering from mental health problems. It is also possible that he was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, the documents say.

He is being held in a Maricopa County jail on a $1,500 bond and is scheduled to appear in court on June 25.

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The Associated Press and Fox News’ Louis Casiano contributed to this report.

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