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Senior TSA Manager Arrested On Third-Degree Felony Charge Accused of Exploiting Family Member Suffering From Dementia

Senior TSA Manager Arrested On Third-Degree Felony Charge Accused of Exploiting Family Member Suffering From Dementia

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The Assistant Federal Security Director of the Transportation Security Administration in Atlanta has been arrested on suspicion of exploiting a family member suffering from dementia by forging a quitclaim deed and is currently being held in Clayton County Jail awaiting extradition to Florida.

Maxine McManaman was nabbed by officers from U.S. Customs and Border Protection after she arrived back at Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport from an international flight on December 28, 2023, according to the Port St. Lucie Police Department in Florida, which has been investigating the alleged crime.

McManaman remains in jail after she was arrested on a Florida arrest warrant for one count of Forgery, which is a third-degree felony.

Port St. Lucie Police started to investigate McManaman last April following a family dispute over a house in the Florida city, which is around 113 north of Miami.

McManaman is accused of falsifying a quitclaim deed which listed her and a man called Delroy Chambers as the grantees. Police say that their investigation has determined that the grantor couldn’t have signed the quitclaim deed on the date listed because the grantor was actually in Atlanta on that date.

Chambers has also been arrested and charged with exploitation of an elderly or adult disabled relative, two counts of forgery and a single charge of neglect. He was bonded out of St. Lucie County Jail late last year.

Following her arrest, McManaman was placed on administrative leave by the TSA.

In a statement, a spokesperson for the agency said that it “holds its employees to the highest professional and ethical standards and has no tolerance for misconduct on- or off-duty.”

“Any employee who fails to meet our fundamental ethical standards is held accountable,” the statement continued.

McManaman has held her senior role at the TSA since November 2022.

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