Woman assaults multiple flight attendants and cops with fire extinguisher at airport

A woman has been arrested after assaulting flight attendants and police officers when she discharged and sprayed a fire extinguisher at them during a confrontation at one of

the nation’s busiest airports. The incident occurred at approximately 9:34 p.m. on Wednesday night when the Atlanta Police Department responded to a call on concourse D

at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport regarding a “suspicious female attempting to open secured doors inside the concourse,” the Atlanta Police Department said in

a statement.MORE: Baggage handler dies when hair gets stuck in belt loader “Officers were advised a female, identified as Jennifer Holder, was in gate D-9 discharging a

fire extinguisher inside the concourse,” authorities said. “Officers attempted to make contact with the female, but she was non-compliant and sprayed officers with the fire

extinguisher.” Officers were able to detain Holder shortly after, in spite of being assaulted, and three airport flight attendants with complaints of respiratory

discomfort were treated at the scene, according to the Atlanta Police Department.MORE: Woman caught smuggling almost half a million dollars of cocaine in wheelchair that

didn't work Holder reportedly continued to resist arrest after being detained and behaved “erratically and combative by spitting and kicking at officers,” authorities said.