Air terminal shooter Esteban Santiago lied about his record on employment frame Orlando Sentinel

“The man accused of killing five people at the Fort Lauderdale airport lied about his criminal record on his application to be a security guard in Alaska, and was fired after only a few months on the job because of the state of his mental health.
The new information is contained in the security guard application Esteban Santiago filed last summer for a license from the state of Alaska so he could work at Signal 88 Security in Anchorage.
The state released the application Monday to The Associated Press, which had appealed the state’s initial refusal to release the document made through an open records request.
Phone and email messages sent to Will Serra, listed as Signal 88 Security of Anchorage owner, weren’t immediately returned. A man who only identified himself as Serra’s business partner answered the Signal 88 Security phone Monday and said they would not comment because of the ongoing criminal investigation.
Santiago is charged in the fatal shooting at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Jan. 6. He’s accused of flying overnight from Anchorage to Florida. After arriving, he retrieved his gun from checked baggage, went into a bathroom and came out shooting, killing five people and wounding another six. A trial date is set Oct. 2 in Miami.
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