Post by anim8rfsk
Her destination was Virginia. I don't think you fly from DC to
Virginia. But it's Virginia that's prosecuting her, so I don't
understand the DC part at all.
And the cleaning crew could have found the wallet 3 minutes after the
Post by EGK
"The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority obtained the warrant in
February last year after authorities allegedly found traces of narcotics in
her personal belongings that were left behind on a United flight in January
to Washington, D.C."
And by 'traces' they mean 'two bags full'
There are three airports in the Washington-Baltimore metropolitan area.
"A flight to Washington" can mean flying to any of the three.
Baltimore-Washington International Airport is operated by Maryland Aviation
Administration, a state agency.
Washington National Airport (Arlington County, Virginia) and Dulles
International Airport (Fairfax and Loudoun counties, Virginia) are
operated by Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, an interstate
compact created by Washington and the commonwealth of Virginia to lease
the two airports from the federal government. Previously, the two
airports were operated by FAA.
United Airlines flies to all three airports.
The court filings were in Loudoun County, so that means it was Dulles.