FOLLOWUP: White Center vandalism suspect arrested

6:09 PM: As reported here two weeks ago, the King County Sheriff’s Office knew who they were looking for in the serial business vandalism that’s plagued White Center – and now they’ve made an arrest. Announced by KCSO via social media:

The King County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to share an update to a May 4th post featuring a suspect who shattered a White Center business window using a rock.

Detectives in our Southwest Precinct, along with help from storefront and other deputies who know the White Center community best, identified the suspect. With the suspect’s name known, it took several days before they were located, then arrested.

Tuesday afternoon 05/18/2021, the suspect was booked into the King County jail for the 11th time since 2017. The suspect remains held without bail on a felony burglary charge.

7:10 PM: Despite the KCSO post mentioning that the suspect was still in jail, she’s not. The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office says the 30-year-old woman was released on personal recognizance Thursday, though prosecutors asked that she be held on $5,000 bail. She is not yet charged in this case – involving window-smashing at Macadon’s – but it’s under review by a deputy prosecuting attorney.

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One Response to “FOLLOWUP: White Center vandalism suspect arrested”

  1. Why is this 30 year old lady doing these things . Is she steeling to help with a drug issue . Is she just trying to be a problem for local police . Does she have mental health issues that keep her from being a regular person not trying to make problems in her community . Is she of a race that is trying to make police look bad just waiting for one officer to make a mistake so she can turn and sue for millions . What is her over all issue and why is she are problem does she have family or some one that could help her .