A preschool teacher aboard a Southwest Airlines flight from Seattle to San Jose on Monday was able to save two kids, after seeing the man in the seat in front of her allegedly texting about sexually abusing them.
According to a statement from the San Jose Police Department, the accused man — Michael Kellar, 56 — was texting using a large smartphone with enlarged font, which enabled the woman to see what he was texting about.
Michael Kellar and Gail Burnworth, both of Washington, were arrested after Kellar was spotted in a Southwest Airlines flight to San Jose texting Bunsworth in large-font about molesting children, police said.
A passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight to San Jose was busted on suspicion of attempted child molestation after a woman sitting in a row behind him read suspicious large-font texts he was composing on his smartphone and tipped off the flight crew, officials said Thursday.
Upon landing, a flight attendant notified the police, and Keller was arrested at the airport.Sign up below to get testing or vaccination reminders sent to you by email or text.Your Privacy To use this service, you will need to provide the following personal information: phone number or email address, and testing reminder frequency or vaccination details and preferred dosage.De Paul will send DPU Alerts in emergencies and will follow all appropriate privacy procedures in maintaining this information.You may want to consider adding an entry for DPU Alert in your contacts.