A passenger on an American Airlines flight who became unruly just before landing in Charlotte on Jan. 31 has been released to immigration officials for possible deportation. Jamaican national Charlene Harriott, 36, was convicted of simple assault after she stormed the cockpit on American Flight 1033 and attacked the crew. She pleaded guilty to the charge in May.  Last week she was released into the custody of the Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
A passenger on an American Airlines flight who became unruly just before landing in Charlotte on Jan. 31 has been released to immigration officials for possible deportation. Jamaican national Charlene Harriott, 36, was convicted of simple assault after she stormed the cockpit on American Flight 1033 and attacked the crew. She pleaded guilty to the charge in May. Last week she was released into the custody of the Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
A passenger on an American Airlines flight who became unruly just before landing in Charlotte on Jan. 31 has been released to immigration officials for possible deportation. Jamaican national Charlene Harriott, 36, was convicted of simple assault after she stormed the cockpit on American Flight 1033 and attacked the crew. She pleaded guilty to the charge in May. Last week she was released into the custody of the Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

Friends say nurse is a peacemaker. She faces deportation after attacking flight crew.

August 22, 2018 04:18 PM