SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — A woman was arrested at Salt Lake City Airport after reportedly causing a disturbance.
Police said they arrived to Gate A14 on Dec. 31, 2021, where the airline was deplaning all passengers to remove a 30-year-old woman.
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They said the woman was yelling at and arguing with an airline supervisor. According to a probable cause statement, the airline revoked her flying privileges and refunded her fare.
She then began to argue with officers, they said, when they advised her to leave the area as she was no longer a ticketed passenger.
Police reported that the woman did not follow their commands. She took her ID from an officer's hand and refused to leave.
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It was determined she "would be arrested for Disorderly Conduct due to the fact she caused a disturbance (delay and deplaning the aircraft,) and refused to leave the area," arrest documents stated.
The documents added that the woman was only handcuffed by forcing her hands behind her back, and she kicked an assisting officer in his leg while moving her to a patrol vehicle.
She was booked into Salt Lake County Jail on charges of assaulting a peace officer, disorderly conduct after request to stop, and interference with an arresting officer.