July 2019

Police Arrest Airline Pilot in Minnesota for Failing Sobriety Test Before Boarding

The pilot, 37-year-old Gabriel Schroeder, works for Delta Air Lines. According to CBS, authorities were called after he failed a sobriety test at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Schroeder was set to fly to San Diego before TSA agents reported that he smelled of alcohol. CBS adds that he was deemed impaired and that a container  with alcohol was found on him. A spokesperson for the airport says it will take  a few days before a toxicology report on  the matter is confirmed. The results of the test will determine whether  or not Schroeder, who is currently not  in jail, will face charges. Delta Air Lines, via statement