CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A recently-fired superviser with the Transportation
Security Administration (TSA) is in custody on a misdemeanor larceny charge in
connection with the theft of an iPad from Charlotte-Douglas' lost and
WCNC/NBC Charlotte reports that police identified him as 33-year-old Angel Fransico Caban. Caban was recently
promoted to supervisor at the airport and was fired after police found
an iPad that was left in the airport's lost and found.
Police told the station they recovered the alleged stolen iPad from inside Caban's home. For months police said they received reports about items passengers had left
behind that had gone missing from the lost and found area. They launched an
investigation, which eventually led them to Caban's home.
Caban is charged with misdemeanor larceny. Police said Caban could face additional charges as the investigation continues.