CHARLOTTE - A former Transportation Security Administration supervisor at Charlotte Douglas Airport is facing a third theft charge after another victim went to police.
Angel Caban turned himself in to police last week for the latest charge.
He was fired last month after investigators say he took gift cards and iPads from the airport’s lost and found.
Caban was charged with misdemeanor larceny a second time, one week after his January termination.
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