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TSA seems to have a predilection for hiring sex offenders. In a recent story we learn that TSA worker Daniel Boykin was arrested by Nashville police after he was caught videotaping female airport worker bathrooms. This is the 24th TSA worker arrested for a sex crime in less than four years, underscoring the pervasive deviancy rampant within the agency and its workers.
CBS Nashville – September 30, 2014
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A former officer for the Transportation Security Administration has been accused of video recording a female co-worker inside an employee restroom at the Nashville International Airport.
Officials with the Metro Nashville Police Department said 33-year-old Daniel Boykin has been arrested and charged with unlawful photography, aggravated burglary, wiretapping, unlawful telephone recording and two computer crimes.
The investigation began back on May 30 when the alleged victim filed a complaint, saying she observed videos of herself on Boykin’s phone.
Boykin allegedly used a camera to video the woman while she was on her phone in the employee restroom.
A search warrant was executed at his Murfreesboro apartment, and police said images and video of the victim were found on Boykin’s computer, cell phone and other storage devices.
He has also been accused of entering her Nashville home on multiple occasions, where authorities said he alleged took data from her computers and electronic devices.
Investigators believe the suspect had an infatuation with the one woman. The employee restroom, where the alleged incidents occurred, was said to be located in a non-public area of the airport. Police said the public restrooms were not targeted. Boykin has been booked in lieu of $100,000 bond