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A Las Vegas woman was arrested at McCarran International Airport over the weekend after causing a disturbance on a plane.

A woman was arrested at a Las Vegas airport last weekend after allegedly refusing to wear a mask on board a plane and then yelling “Let’s go Brandon” and other obscenities when she was detained, according to a report.

Police said Katrina Alspaugh first caused a scene Sunday at the security check at McCarran International Airport when she attempted to hit another passenger who complained that she did not cover her face, KLAS reported.

Police Report

Alspaugh then boarded an Allegiant Air flight, only to be removed by an airline worker because she allegedly would not meet a federal requirement to wear a face mask while she was on the plane, according to the report.

Police said that as officers escorted Alspaugh off the jet’s bridge, she yelled “Come on Brandon,” a strange stand-in for “F-k Joe Biden.”

Katrina Alspaugh Arrested and Charged

Court records show that she had been arrested multiple times before: aggressive domestic violence in 2002, assault in 2011, domestic assault in 2017, and stalking in 2020.

Alspaugh was charged with violating airport rules.

Katrina Alspaugh was arrested at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport last weekend after allegedly refusing to wear a face mask on board a plane and then yelling “Let’s go Brandon” and other obscenities.

So far in 2021, airlines have reported more than 5,000 cases of misbehaving passengers to the Federal Aviation Administration. Most of the complaints come from people who refuse to cover their face.

Incident

In this incident, Alspaugh faces a minor public conduct charge at an airport. A court appearance has not yet been scheduled.

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