Worker at BWI Airport Cited for Bringing Stun Gun to Work

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    TSA officers say they found a stun gun among an airport employee's possessions Tuesday.

    A woman who works at Baltimore–Washington International Airport is accused of bringing a stun gun to work.

    The woman works at a coffee shop at BWI Airport.

    Around 5 a.m. Tuesday, she was on her way to her job at the coffee shop when Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers say they found the stun gun among her belongings.

    Maryland Transportation Authority Police responded to the checkpoint and confiscated the stun gun. They cited the woman on a state weapons charge.

    The TSA said there was no impact on airport operations.

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