Flight attendant wants her job back after Indy gun bust

08/27/2010 | WAGA-TV (Atlanta)

Authorities in Indianapolis have dropped charges against a former Delta Air Lines flight attendant who was caught with a handgun in her carry-on bag at Indianapolis International Airport in June. Now Amber Robillard is seeking to get her job back with the airline, claiming she simply picked up the wrong bag from among several she had packed after her home was broken into. Robillard says she was not screened in Atlanta after arriving on an employee shuttle, so the gun was not discovered until she attempted to depart Indianapolis. TSA defended its procedures in the case. "As part of TSA's layered security approach, airport operators or airlines, depending on the agreement in place, develop and implement security programs specifically tailored for each airport," the agency said.

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