Case against air marshal who snapped pictures up skirts continued
Jan 22, 2014 9:47 AM CST
Adam Bartsch, 18, was arrested at Nashville International Airport on October 17, 2013.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -
It will be at least another two months before a federal air marshal charged with taking pictures up a woman's skirt while she boarded a flight at Nashville International Airport last year appears before a Davidson County judge.
A court hearing Wednesday morning for Adam Bartsch has been continued until March 31.
Bartsch, 28, was arrested last October after another passenger saw him taking the pictures while boarding a flight for Tampa.
At the time, Rey Collazo did not know Bartsch was an on-duty air marshal.
After his arrest, Bartsch, of Maryland, admitted to taking 10 to 12 pictures up women's skirts and told police he had taken similar photos more than a dozen times in the past.
The Transportation Security Administration fired Bartsch immediately after his arrest.
Nashville's News 2 attempted to speak to Bartsch after he bonded out of the Metro jail, but he ran from our cameras.