Man accused of punching flight attendant in brawl on Delta flight to remain in custody

Man accused of punching flight attendant in brawl on Delta flight to remain in custody
Man accused of assault on Delta flight in court Thursday
A view of the aftermath in a cabin on Delta Flight 129 from Seattle to Beijing after authorities say flight attendants struggled with Joseph Daniel Hudek IV after he lunged for an exit door. The photo was included in a criminal complaint filed July 7

SEATTLE (AP) — A Florida man facing charges for allegedly causing a disturbance that forced a Delta Air Lines flight from Seattle to Beijing to return to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport will remain in federal custody. The Seattle Times reports

Delta flight attack suspect to remain in federal custody

The man accused of attacking flight attendants and passengers on board a Delta flight to Beijing last week will remain in federal custody—at least for now. 23-year-old Joseph Hudek IV of Tampa is charged with interfering with flight crew members and

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SEATTLE — The Florida man accused of disrupting a Seattle-to-Beijing flight a week ago by trying to open an exit door and assaulting flight attendants waived his detention hearing Thursday and will remain in federal custody. Joseph D. Hudek IV, 23 … . SEATAC, Wash. – Joseph Daniel Hudek IV, the Florida man accused of assaulting two Delta flight crew members, will remain in custody for now. The decision was made during Hudek's court appearance Thursday afternoon. Hudek's defense attorney Robert

… . While waiting to board Delta flight 589 from Minneapolis for Seattle, a flight that would go on to Beijing, we passengers were pleased to hear an announcement that our Boeing 737 was needed elsewhere but that it would be replaced by a larger plane, a 757.

The attorney for a Tampa man who is accused of disrupting a flight says his client is sorry. Robert Flennaugh II, who is representing Joseph Hudek, said in a statement that the 23-year-old man "feels awful about what happened. He is apologetic to …

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