A flight attendant has been charged for felony for possession with the intent to distribute fentanyl after trying to smuggle the medicine onto an aeroplane
Texas woman Terese White, 41, tried to smuggle three pounds of the deadly medicine on an aeroplane
flying out of San Diego International Airport in October.
White used her position as a flight attendant to attempt to bypass a stronger security webbing by using the Given Crew Member line, according to a Justice Department press release issued Friday.
unfortunately for her, she was named for the regular passenger checking process. During security checks, officers with the Transportation Security Administration detected fentanyl packaged up and taped to her tummy.
White faces up to 20 years behind bars. She’s listed to be charged on March 24.