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United Airlines staffer charged for stealing luggage after Asiana crash

"A United Airlines customer service agent and his wife have been charged with one felony count of grand theft and two felony counts of commercial burglary for allegedly stealing luggage at San Francisco International Airport in the disarray following the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214, US prosecutors say." ( More...

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Throw the book at them. They should also find that slime that took the MacBook out of that passenger's carry-on on the nose-first Southwest flight.

It terrible when unscrupulous airline employees take items belonging to passengers in time of crisis, or at any time.

These thieves should be prosecuted as the lowly criminals they are.
Alan Winn -1
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Two charged for stealing luggage at SFO airport following the crash of Asiana Flight 214

Sean Sharif Crudup, 44, a United Airlines customer service employee and his wife Raychas Elizabeth Thomas, 32, both of Richmond, California, are out on bail. Crudup has pleaded not guilty to theft charges. Thomas is scheduled to be arraigned on August 26 and has yet to file a plea. If convicted, each could receive a maximum sentence of four years and four months in state prison.


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