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Tue, Apr 18, 2006

TSA Officer Charged With Attempted Kidnapping Of Child

But Who Is He... Really?

Who is this guy... really? Authorities in Idaho aren't so sure about the identity of a TSA officer charged with trying to kidnap a 10-year old boy.

The reason they're not sure? Boise's KTVB-TV reports police investigators found five different social security cards -- and five separate identities -- when they arrested 49-year old Robert Joe Harris, Jr. last Tuesday.

Under at least one of them, Harris worked as a TSA officer at Friedman Memorial Airport in Hailey since last November.

Harris is accused of luring a 10-year old boy into his personal vehicle... then taking the boy to his apartment where he was going to show the child a movie. The boy escaped and told his mother what happened, who then reported the incident to police.

Harris -- or whatever his name is -- is now in jail on a half-million dollars' bond, accused of second-degree kidnapping. He's been suspended from the TSA pending the outcome of the police investigation.

FMI: www.tsa.gov

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