TSA supervisor at Minneapolis-St. Paul airport accused of taking photos of young female travelers
July 14, 2021
A federal security supervisor at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport - who was already in trouble for taking a video of a boy riding on a luggage conveyor belt - also is accused of snapping dozens of photos of young females undergoing flight screening.
The discovery was made during an investigation into the 9-year-old boy's unauthorized ride on May 1. That inquiry led to Bjorn R. Broms, 37, of Savage, being charged Monday in Hennepin County District Court with a violation of government data practices, a misdemeanor.
Broms awaits his first court date in the conveyor belt incident. Reached by phone Tuesday, he declined to comment on those allegations.