The TSA really needs to do better at hiring less shady individuals to work for them.
Latwana Daniels, 33, was being held without bond Sunday after investigators said they uncovered 111 grams of cocaine and 39 grams of marijuana in her Homestead home. Police also found tools for packaging cocaine, along with scales, beakers and packing materials used to cook cocaine and process it into crack cocaine. The tools were found in a closet next to TSA uniforms that belong to Daniels.
Police recovered a loaded Beretta PX4 handgun during their investigation. They say the gun wasn’t secure and was easily accessible by anyone, including her four children who lived in the home. The arrest affidavit states that the children were present during drug transactions.
Daniels is facing multiple drug charges, including trafficking and posession, [sic] as well as four counts of child neglect.
The TSA released a statement to NBC 6 Sunday, saying, “TSA holds its employees to the highest ethical standards and expects all TSA employees to conduct themselves with integrity and professionalism, both in and outside the workplace.”
This is what they say every time one of their employees is arrested. One day they may actually start practicing this before they hire people.