KLAS-TV, Las Vegas, said a security screener stopped pilot Oliver Reason Thursday as he attempted to board his flight from Vegas to Atlanta, allegedly with alcohol on his breath.
A breathalyzer test indicated Reason had a blood-alcohol level above the FAA's limit of .04
The flight was canceled and passengers re-booked for a later departure.
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