Pilot won't be charged after arrest on suspicion he was drinking
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A Midwest Airlines pilot arrested at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport after a security official smelled alcohol on him won't be charged with any crime.
Airport spokesman Patrick Hogan says authorities determined there wasn't enough evidence to support charges that the pilot was drinking before operating an aircraft.
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