Prosecutors say three women assaulted Delta security officer in New York after being denied boarding
(CNN)Prosecutors say three "belligerent" women were indicted for allegedly punching and kicking a Delta security officer at the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York after being told they would be denied boarding for a flight to Puerto Rico in September of last year.
The three women from Long Island -- Jordan Nixon, Janessa Torres and Johara Zavala -- were indicted by a federal grand jury on one count each of assault of an air carrier employee with security duties, according to the indictment unsealed Thursday. They were arraigned Thursday, pleaded not guilty, and were released on $25,000 bond with a family member as a suretor.
"As alleged, the defendants viciously assaulted an airline security officer by beating him to the floor with his radio and then kicking and …
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