USA, Norfolk: Baggage handlers plead guilty to theft conspiracy at airport.

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Two baggage handlers have pleaded guilty for their roles in a conspiracy to steal items from passengers' bags at Norfolk International Airport. In a statement Wednesday, the Department of Justice said 25-year-old Chris Arthur Perry and 27-year-old Gregory Paul Wingard pleaded guilty to stealing items from Dec. 2013 to June 2015. According to a statement of facts filed with a plea agreement, the two broke into checked baggage and removed money, electronics and other items before selling them to members of the community or pawn shops. More information available here:

Source: Associated Press.

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