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Suspected Delta Drunk pilot caught just before the flight

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According to a new report, a delta pilot, who was suspected by the authorities, was intoxicated, was fully plunged into the aircraft in Minneapolis and was arrested.

37-year-old Gabriel Lyle Schroeder was hammer after 11 a.m. on Tuesday after Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport found him smelling a bottle of alcohol and liquor.

Airport spokesman Patrick Hogan told CNN that the Schroeder of Rosemount, Minnesota left a pre-shipment TSA assessment line for crew members.

"The person left the line, which caused suspicion," said Hogan.

Eventually, he returned to the line, but according to the local ABC 5 station, the authorities had already condemned the police at Minneapolis Airport, which conducted two general investigations. One found that he was under the influence of alcohol, and the results of the others were pending. , according to the report.

Officials also found that the pilot was in possession of the "bottle" of liquor, a Delta spokesman told the store, without specifying this type,

According to the report, other employees around Schroeder suspected that he was intoxicated because he could smell the alcohol on his breath.

There was no immediate formal charge against Schroeder and no formal complaint is pending for the results of toxicology testing, which can take up to a week, Hogan told CNN.

According to the report Schroeder was booked on Tuesday and later released.

He refused to comment from CNN on Tuesday night when the media contacted him on the phone.

Delta spokesman Kate Modolo confirmed the network that the airline is working with local officials.

"Delta's alcohol policy is the hardest in the industry and we have no tolerance for rape," the statement said. "Delta is collaborating with local officials in its investigation."

The airline refused to expand the pilot's employment record or write any previous disciplinary problems.

At the time of Schroeder's arrest, all passengers were boarding the flight of San Diego in 1726, but the plane did not leave the door yet.

After Schroeder's arrest, the passengers were disappointed and there was a slight delay, Hogan told the store.

"There is always the possibility that the plane flew," he said. "There is a possibility."