The airline says it's working with law enforcement on their investigation.The flight attendants were going through a routine customs check Monday during the time of their arrest, according to a Miami-Dade police report. One Customs and Border Patrol Agent was checking Carlos Alberto Munoz-Moyano, who had arrived on an incoming flight from Chile. The agent asked him how much money he was carrying, and Munoz-Moyano said he had $100, the police report said.He later changed his statement and said he had $9,000, according to the police report.The agent alerted other agents, who found other attendants from the same fight carrying large amounts of money, the report said; none had a license to transport the cash.The police report has redacted what the flight attendants admitted to when they were interviewed by a Homeland Security Agent. Agents found $7,300on flight attendant Miaria Delpilar Roman-Strick and $6,371 on Maria Isabel Wilson-Ossandon, the report said.Police didn't allege whether the fourth flight attendant charged, Maria Beatriz Pasten-Cuzmar, had any money on her, and it's unclear what role they believed she played.The four defendants were charged with money laundering by evading reporRead More – Source