Judge Denies Plea Agreement for Charged Flight Attendant

A judge denies a plea agreement for a flight attendant facing alcohol intoxication and terroristic threatening charges in Lexington.

Sarah Mills was scheduled to go on trial Dec. 12 for charges that got her kicked off a plane at Blue Grass Airport, but lawyers for the prosecution and defense reached a plea deal.

However, the judge wouldn't accept the deal because Mills didn't appear in court as she was ordered.

Court documents show Mills blew a .03 at the time of her arrest.

That level is below the legal driving limit and FAA flying level, but was enough for charges to be brought.

Mills' lawyer says she didn't appear because she's in rehab.

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