USA: LAX baggage handler from Los Angeles arrested for allegedly rummaging through luggage

A Los Angeles International Airport baggage handler from Hawthorne was arrested after a co-worker found him rummaging through passengers belongings, police said Monday.

Oscar Aleman-Alonzo, 19, was arrested Thursday when he went to collect a paycheck, police said.

According to Airport police, Aleman-Alonzo was spotted May 25 on closed-circuit video taking a bag from a customs baggage area to a storage room and locking the door. A fellow employee who considered it suspicious walked into the room and found Aleman-Alonzo rummaging through the luggage.

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Source: Daily Breeze.

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