PITTSTON TWP. — If you plan to travel by air, you will have to leave your rolling pin, meat tenderizer and, oh yeah, your knife and handgun in your checked baggage. Transportation Security Administration officials held a media event Tuesday morning at the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport to discuss the importance of travelers knowing what is in their carry-on and checked bags because prohibited items slow down the checkpoint. TSA showcased prohibited items that have been confiscated over the past two months at the airport ‘s security checkpoint. There were knives of all types, a saw, several pairs of scissors, a rolling pin and a cutting board, box cutters, adjustable wrenches, screwdrivers, pliers, a mini baseball bat, a golf club and a BB gun that looked like a 9-millimeter, making one wonder if the carrier would kill you or shoot your eye out. “The most common excuse/reason for having the prohibited item in their carry-on bag is that they forgot,” said Michael Kichline of TSA. “Next is they were in a hurry or their spouse packed their bag.” Gary Borthwick, the airport’s assistant director, said having the items displayed for the public and media to see is a good wa...