Plea Deal Expected In Flight Attendant Case

A flight attendant accused of being drunk on a plane in Lexington is expected to make a plea deal today.

Sarah Mills was arrested in August at Blue Grass Airport back in August.

She was also accused of threatening the pilot.

Her attorney had worked out a plea deal with prosecutors last week, but the judge rejected it because Mills didn't show up.

She's expected to be in the courtroom this afternoon.

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  • by OJ Location: Beverly on Dec 20, 2007 at 11:16 AM
    Let that girl boogie woogie!!
  • by Steve Location: KY. on Dec 20, 2007 at 06:12 AM
    This woman is crazy. Why let her plea out? Make her accountable for everything that she did. Why does everyone get a plea deal anymore. Our wimpy (edited) lawmakers need to stop this crap. A person should be accountable for their actions. These wimpy plea deals make me SICK!!!


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