Delta Flight Attendant Accused of Intoxication

A Delta Connection flight attendant has been arrested at Kentucky's Blue Grass Airport and charged with being under the influence while serving as a crew member on a flight.

Bray plead not guilty to the charge in Fayette County Court Wednesday.

Police told ABC affiliate WKYT her blood-alcohol was three times the legal limit.

According to court documents obtained by WKYT, Delta Airlines called for medical assistance for a report of a sick person at the airport on Tuesday. It's not clear whether the sick person was Bray, but the officer who responded suspected Bray was under the influence of alcohol. At the request of a Delta manager, the officer performed a breathalyzer test.

Bray was taken to the Fayette County Detention Center. While in booking, officers found prescription narcotics throughout Bray's property that were not in the original container.

Delta Airlines did not respond to ABC News' request for comment.

Update: Delta Airlines sent the following statement to ABC News:

"Delta is aware of reports of the arrest of a Chautauqua Airlines flight attendant for alleged public intoxication prior to the departure of Delta Connection flight 6095 from Lexington to Detroit late Tuesday afternoon. Delta will support any investigation by law enforcement in concert with Republic Airways Holdings, parent company of Chautauqua. Delta expects consummate professionalism from all parties who are entrusted with the care of transport of our customers, no matter which carrier may be operating their flight. "