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Flight Attendant Flees LAX, Allegedly Leaving Behind Luggage Filled With Cocaine

Authorities are looking for a flight attendant who fled Los Angeles International Airport sans shoes Friday night after being subject to a random search that turned up approximately 60 pounds of cocaine in two carry-on roller bags, authorities told NBC News. ( Altro...

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Kind of depressing that a flight attendant without shoes can outrun and evade security at LAX.
s2v8377 5
No flights from LAX to LGA. I guess they meant JFK. You have love NBC for their always accurate and well researched stories.
canuck44 1
You are correct...looks like she was on American Airlines which has a flight 28 on that route.
"the unidentified JetBlue flight attendant"
Random my foot. Somebody was tipped off. Flight attendant with Gucci shoes? Let me guess, Dior handbag? Armani coat...?
Ruger9X19 1
NSA phone records freely shared with law enforcement. No warrant needed anymore.
Eric Spuck 2
How does this happen under the nose of the TSA? AS a non-industry person, are not flight crews subject to MANDATORY inspections, not random checks? What is going on? 60 pounds of blow is a Death sentence for a lot of addicted Americans. But what if? 60 pounds of plastic explosive or two innocuous chemicals mixed in flight?
Scary stuff as a passenger who already feels like the 'SAFER THAN DRIVING" mystique is fading......
Mike Mohle 1
Name of person? Airline? US Airline? What language was she speaking? Was flt delayed? Great news piece! Basically the headline covered everything.
Margeaux K -1
(Duplicate Squawk Submitted)

Flight Attendant Dumps Cocaine, Flees LAX

Federal authorities are searching for a flight attendant they say bolted from a security screening at Los Angeles International Airport, leaving behind about 70 pounds of cocaine stashed in her luggage—and her Gucci heels.
Interesting how 10 lbs. seem to have "vanished" between the two headlines...
Mike Mohle 1
DHS "perks" of the job.


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