Flight Attendant Stole 1,500 Mini Liquor Bottles to Sell Online: Cops

Prosecutors say Rachel Trevor, 28, has been indicted on charges including theft and unlawful sale of alcohol for allegedly pocketing the bottles.

A former Tennessee-based flight attendant has been indicted after allegedly stealing more than a thousand mini liquor bottles from work in order to sell them online at deep discounts.

Shelby County prosecutors said Friday that Rachel Trevor, 28, stole nearly 1,500 of the little bottles while employed with Endeavor Air, the AP reports.

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Investigators with the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission said that after a flight Trevor would put the 50ml bottles of rum, vodka, gin and whiskey in her bag.

She's accused of posting them for sale on Craigslist for $1 each.

The bottles usually cost closer to $8 in-flight.

She was arrested in November after agents made undercover purchases of the liquor-filled mini-bottles, according to a Shelby County District Attorney release.

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A spokesperson for Endeavor Air, an affiliate of Delta Airlines, said Trevor is no longer employed by the airline.

A contact number could not be located for Trevor on Saturday morning and online records do not indicate if she has an attorney.

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