TSA Agent Accused of Abducting and Sexually Assaulting Woman Had Prior Record
Nice. The stranger publicly groping your wife and daughter at the airport may have a prior record.
Randalll King pleaded guilty to 9 charges of harassment and stalking before he came to work for TSA.
A TSA employee accused of abducting and sexually assaulting a woman has a prior record of harassment and stalking.
WSBTV Channel 2 reported:
Channel 2 Action News has learned a TSA security worker accused of abducting and sexually assaulting a woman had previously been convicted of misdemeanor harassment and stalking.
Randall King remains hospitalized following a suicide attempt. Police said last Wednesday, King agreed to drive a woman home from the airport. Instead, investigators said King took her to a MARTA station parking lot and placed novelty handcuffs on her.
Investigators said he drove her 50 miles away to his home in Troup County and sexually assaulted her. The woman told police that King gave her a suicide note, his car and let her go, investigators said.
A spokesman for the Transportation Security Administration said privacy laws precluded him from releasing any background information on King.
Channel 2 Action News reporter Tom Regan reviewed court records from Clinton County, Pennsylvania. According to the records, King was charged with nine offenses of harassment and stalking by communication in January 2001. A court clerk told Regan that King pleaded guilty and spent three months in jail for skipping a court appearance.
TSA has a long list of “disqualifying offenses” for employment at the federal agency that operates airport security. Those offenses include felonies, violent crimes, theft, and crimes involving security and transportation. Regan checked the list and found that it did not include misdemeanor offenses of harassing and stalking.