Flight Attendant Pilfered 1,500 Liquor Bottles From Delta, Authorities Say

PHOTO: Mini bottles of Disaronno, Makers Mark, Grand Marnier and Frangelico are pictured in this undated photo. MCT via Getty Images
Mini bottles of Disaronno, Maker's Mark, Grand Marnier and Frangelico are pictured in this undated photo.

A flight attendant has been indicted after allegedly stealing nearly 1,500 mini-bottles of liquor from Delta Airlines and then selling them online, the Shelby County District Attorney’s Office announced today in Tennessee.

Rachel Trevor, employed by Delta’s regional affiliate, Endeavor Air, allegedly sneaked 50-milliliter bottles of rum, vodka, gin, whiskey and other alcoholic beverages into her bags and off the plane before posting them for sale online for $1 each. (They typically retail for $8 in-flight.)

Trevor, 28, was busted in November after undercover agents allegedly purchased some of the alcohol, and the Memphis woman now faces criminal charges of theft, unlawful sale of alcohol, and unauthorized transportation and storage of alcohol for sale, officials said.

“Endeavor Air expects nothing short of the highest standard of integrity from our employees and takes seriously any activity that falls short of that expectation. This employee is no longer employed by the airline. We will continue to work with authorities as needed,” the company said in a statement.

ABC News has been unable to reach Trevor, and it’s unclear whether she has a lawyer or entered a plea. The Shelby County District Attorney’s Office has not responded to ABC News’ request for comment.