You may recall the now former Jet Blue flight attendant Marsha Gay Reynolds. She was a Jamaican beauty queen turned flight attendant who was stopped after a random 2nd security checkpoint (she evaded the first, public checkpoint, after showing her flight attendant badge) when 60 pounds of cocaine (street valued at nearly $2M) was found in her baggage at LAX.
Authorities said Reynolds dropped her carry-on luggage, kicked off her heels, fled down an upward-moving escalator and out of the terminal.
She surrendered in New York days later.
Now she has been sentenced for her crime.
Because of her cooperation with prosecutors, a judge on Monday sentenced Reynolds to “time already served in custody.”
City News Service reports she is likely to be released shortly. She’ll spend three years on supervised release.
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