TSA Jonathan Best Oxycodone Trafficking Charge ConfirmedApril 17 | Posted by David James | Crime
Jonathan Best formerly of TSA has admitted to charges of trafficking a painkiller known as oxycodone, the US attorney office has confirmed.
Best, a former Transportation Security Administration officer admitted his role in painkiller trafficking.
Jonathan Best was part of a ring that possessed and distributed oxycodone where he and others accepted cash in exchange for facilitating the transportation of the illegal painkiller oxycodone.
Jonathan Best is aged 30 and faces up to 20 years in jail when he is sentenced in July.
Best Oxycodone saga dragged TSA into a money laundering and drug trafficking audit by FBI after officers were found facilitating transportation of illegal narcotics through airport security without detections in exchange of kickbacks.