A man charged with killing a Transportation Security Administration officer during an attack at Los Angeles International Airport last month is scheduled to make his first court appearance Wednesday.
The Los Angeles County coroner’s office Friday released its final report for Gerardo Hernandez, the TSA agent who was killed during a shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport earlier this month.
A TSA agent who was wounded in the shooting at Los Angeles International Airport told reporters Monday that his first concern was helping passengers get to a safe area.
New details are emerging in the investigation of how the LAX shooting suspect arrived at the airport and what those who lived closest to him may have known.
The family of the alleged LAX gunman Monday released a statement about Friday’s shooting, which left one TSA agent dead and several others injured.
Operations at Los Angeles International Airport resumed Sunday, two days after Friday’s deadly rampage claimed a TSA officer’s life and left five others wounded, including the alleged gunman.
“…he fired multiple rounds at point-blank range at a TSA officer who was on duty and in uniform. Ciancia began to walk up an escalator, looked back, saw [the officer] appear to move, and returned to shoot the wounded officer again.”
Airport officials Saturday said Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport has reopened a day after a deadly shooting claimed the life of a TSA agent.
Passengers at LAX Terminal #3 Friday were going to different places but all of them could meet at one place — fear.
LAX is slowly returning to normalcy Friday evening after a deadly rampage occurred at Terminal #3 in the a.m.
A former TSA agent pleaded guilty Wednesday to accepting bribes from pot smugglers to get them through Los Angeles International Airport security undetected, authorities reported.
Authorities arrested the son of LA’s former fire chief on drug charges over the weekend.