When stopped by the Transportation Security Administration, the officials, the woman proceeded to attack the security officials and police officers who responded to the scene; authorities later found a knife on her person and marijuana in her possession.
(Orange County Jaill)
A Florida woman has landed himself behind bars after trying to bypass the security at the Orlando International Airport and go on the air in the hub through an employee entrance.
When stopped by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials, Angela McNaughton proceeded to attack the security officials and police officers who responded to the scene; authorities later found a knife on her person and marijuana in her possession.
On the evening of Feb. 6, McNaughton drove up to the employee entrance of the Orlando airport, seemingly exiting her vehicle and attempting to enter without the correct credentials, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
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Stopped by a TSA agent, the Orlando woman was pressing the airport from the pitchfork out of her way and storm in the air hub, claiming that she “knew her rights”, according to the affidavit obtained by the outlet.
The police later revealed that surveillance videos that a knife “coming out of her jacket or is thrown,” according to TravelPulse. This footage is not released yet.
As several other TSA agents caught up to McNaughton, they swore at the officers and left her handbag and possessions if one of them tried to grab her, scream in the group. When the police arrived at the place, the woman allegedly hit an officer in the chest, and throwing his radio on the ground.
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McNaughton then “began to scream and thrash about wildly, making it impossible for the police to arrest her,” ask the law enforcement officials for the use of a taser, as per WFTV.
The police later found a military id and 12 grams of marijuana on McNaughton. She was then arrested with battery on a law enforcement officer, possession of cannabis and various other costs, according to the outlet.
Since booked into the Orange County Jail, the woman is the motivation for the dangerous diatribe remains unclear at this time, officials say.
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Just a week ago, a TSA officer has died after jumping from the Hyatt Regency Hotel the atrium hotel in an apparent suicide.