Stun gun used on passenger on flight to Chicago

by Antonio Miles April 24, 2018, 3:45
Stun gun used on passenger on flight to Chicago

An American Airlines flight to Chicago was delayed after an uncooperative passenger was removed from the plane.

The incident happened Sunday night on Flight 2446 from Miami to Chicago O'Hare.

In a statement American Airlines said: 'American began the process of deplaning the entire aircraft.

The Chicago-bound aircraft was still at the gate at Miami International Airport, so passengers were ordered to deplane as police officers were called in.

Discussing the prelude to that, he said: 'The man started harassing a couple on the plane, hitting on the female and being disrespectful to the guy.

Video shot inside the terminal shows the man still arguing with officers as they load him onto a security golf cart.

Stay with Local 10 and for updates. Garcia reportedly got into an argument with another passenger.

A voice from behind the camera say, "Well, you just assaulted a lady, for one".

"I have to ask, multiple times".

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It appears only one cuff is on Garcia's hand and he continues to struggle with the police, as one officer warns "don't fight me".

Officer Roody Desroches pulled out his "electronic control weapon", or ECW, commonly called a "Taser". Eventually he stood up and walked off the plane under police escort, but continued to resist and twice attempted to grab a police officer's gun.

Even in the back of the police auto, Garcia's defiance could not be contained.

A man was arrested after being repeatedly Tasered on board an aircraft for allegedly touching another passenger inappropriately and making racial slurs.

The airline said it was cooperating with the police investigation.

Subsequent uses of the Taser allowed the officers to place handcuffs on Garcia as they prepared to remove him from the aircraft.

The flight, which was scheduled to take-off at 9:30 p.m., later departed about an hour later.

Garcia was later brought to Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center where he was charged with battery, depriving and officer of a firearm, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct, officials said.

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