TSA agents are caught on surveillance camera stealing passengers’ luggage at Miami International Airport.
- Footage shows two TSA agents stealing $600 from a passenger’s wallet.
- Officers Labrrius Williams and Josue Gonzalez have been charged
- The camera shows them robbing passengers at MIA Checkpoint E on June 29.
Surveillance video captured TSA agents at Miami International Airport stealing from passengers as they went through security.
The shocking footage shows Labarrius Williams, 33, and Josue Gonzalez, 20, working together to steal money from passengers’ bags at security checkpoint E on June 29.
Video provided by the Miami-Dade County District Attorney’s Office shows Williams moving items into a trash can, then walking away as Gonzalez gets his hands on the item.
Gonzalez is then seen grabbing something in his hand while removing it from the trash can, then immediately dropping something in his pocket before returning to the treadmill.
Another clip shows Gonzalez beginning to unzip a purse as the trash moves down the waistband.
Surveillance cameras caught Gonzalez (left) grabbing something from a trash can
Immediately after putting his hand in his pocket
He starts by opening the larger main pocket, then the smaller front pocket as he pulls out a wallet and drags it to the corner of the trash bin behind a larger bag.
As the trash can moves forward, he opens the wallet and digs through the money hanging inside. As the trash can moves forward, he keeps coming back to it.
His hands are in the trash and touching the bag until it has to go through the x-ray machine. Then he puts his hands in his pockets and walks back to the end of the line.
On July 6, Williams, Gonzalez and a third TSA agent, Elizabeth Fuster, were arrested for allegedly removing $600 from a passenger’s wallet while going through security.
Arrest affidavits indicate Gonzalez and Fuster waived their rights at the time of their arrest and provided written confessions. Williams declined to speak.
Gonzalez (left) and Williams (right) were arrested for stealing $600 from a passenger’s wallet on June 29.
The flight took place at one of the busiest airports in the country, Miami International Airport.
However, at a later hearing, the charges against Fuster were dropped, according to NBCMiami.
They also report that Gonzalez has been accepted into a state program that, if completed, the charges against him will be dropped.
He was ordered to pay $700 to the two victims, perform 25 hours of community service and forfeit his airport security clearances.
Williams was denied entry into the same program and will stand trial.