CLEVELAND - The manager of security at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport has been arrested and placed on administrative leave.
A spokesperson for the airport said Department of Port Control employee John Dialinos was arrested on September 11 by the North Ridgeville Police Department.
Dialinos is charged with two counts of telephone harassment and one count of public indecency. He was placed on administrative leave, pending the outcome of the case.
Cleveland Hopkins officials said they will continue to cooperate with authorities.
Dialinos is expected to appear in court on Wednesday morning.
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