Justin Cox-Sever, a former Skywest flight attendant, 23, was sentenced to up to five months in a transitional facility, five months of home confinement and three years of supervised release at his home in California after pleading guilty to four of five charges of interfering with aircraft, including making hoax bomb threats during two flights in 2015 in order to ‘play the hero’.
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