Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Marsha Reynolds To Father " Someone Gave Me The Bag"



The flight attendant who was busted caring two suitcases full of cocaine at a Los Angeles airport tearfully defended herself to her broken-up father.
According to her father, “Somebody gave her the bag,”. The father, who wouldn’t give his name, recalled the emotional encounter with his, 31-year-old daughter Marsha Gay Reynolds, just before she arrested last Wednesday.
She broke down, of course,” he said slowly, in a hushed voice. “She said she didn’t know what was in” the luggage. “I’m not in a good place right now,” he confessed, looking at the ground.
However, Prosecutors aren’t buying her story and believe it's not the first time Reynolds had carried drugs only this time she got cold feet after being randomly stopped at an LAX checkpoint for airline workers. 
The JetBlue worker and former Miss Jamaica contestant was heading to board a flight to La Guardia Airport on Friday when she kicked off her Gucci heels, dropped her bags stuffed with 60 pounds of drugs worth $3 million wort and bolted, according to police.
“She knew if she dropped both [her bags and heels], she’d be able to run away more quickly,” said Marshall McClain of the Los Angeles Airport Peace Officers Association. “She was then able to hotfoot it out of the terminal, down an up escalator while barefoot, where we assume she got into a car and took off to parts unknown.”
McClain told the Los Angeles Times he doesn’t think it was Reynolds’ first rodeo.
“I don’t believe anybody would trust a mule with that amount of dope the first time out,” he said.
Following the drug dump, Reynolds, who is a nursing student at Mercy College, caught a flight to New York and holed up in the Hilton hotel near JFK Airport, sources said. She surrendered to authorities Wednesday and was charged with possession with the intent to distribute cocaine.
Brooklyn Judge Viktor Pohorelsky had granted Reynolds a $500,000 bail package Thursday but stayed the ruling until California authorities could weigh in. The following day, California federal
Judge Andre Birotte Jr. ordered that she remain detained until she faces an arraignment for the drug  there on April 7.

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