MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A woman caused thousands in damage after setting off a fire extinguisher and turning over furniture at the Memphis International Airport.
Tamiko Warner, 45, went on a rampage in December at the airport, according to police.
Officers responded to the “outraged passenger” call as Warner knocked over dividers and furniture at the gate.
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Warner was arrested and charged with felony vandalism and disorderly conduct after the incident at a gate in the “C” concourse.
And it was all captured on video surveillance.
She set off the fire extinguisher, which filled the waiting area with a white fog. Warner also tipped over dividing poles and other furniture.
The tantrum lasted around five minutes and caused thousands of dollars in damage.
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