Police Use Stun Gun on American Airlines Passenger Who Groped Woman

Police Use Stun Gun on American Airlines Passenger Who Groped Woman

Police Use Stun Gun on American Airlines Passenger Who Groped Woman

Police said an airline manager reported 28-year-old Jacob Garcia, of Chicago, had touched a female passenger without her permission, and when he was asked to move to another seat, he began screaming at the woman and her boyfriend.

'Once law enforcement was on the aircraft, the passenger then became combative with the officers from the Miami-Dade Police Department.

Cellphone video posted online shows passengers clapping and cheering as Garcia is walked through the airport struggling against the police officers.

As the authorities entered the plane, it was clear that the passengers wanted Garcia off the aircraft.

According to CBSNews.com, American Flight 2446 was waiting at a Miami International Airport gate when a disagreement broke out between Jacob Garcia and an unidentified man due to Garcia reportedly touching his female companion. Twitter poster Jabari Ennis (@PoleVaultDream) tweeted that Garcia "was harassing passengers and saying racial slurs to several people on board, including employees".

Subsequent uses of the Taser allowed the officers to place handcuffs on Garcia as they prepared to remove him from the aircraft. When one officer tried to lift Garcia up, he reached for the officer's handgun repeatedly.

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When cops got to Row 13, Garcia kept pulling away from them.

Garcia, of the Portage Park neighborhood in Chicago, has been charged with one count each of battery, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, depriving an officer of a firearm, and criminal mischief. The flight originated in Miami and was scheduled to land in Chicago.

"We will cooperate with the Miami-Dade Police Department on this matter", the airline said in a statement.

Garcia was forcibly removed from an American Airlines plane Sunday night after allegedly assaulting another passenger. The aircraft was still at the gate in Miami, and the instigating passenger was asked by our Miami team members to deplane and he refused.

The airline said the crew followed procedure and began deplaning, but that's when a physical altercation between the same two passengers occurred.

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