From Covington Police:
Police Seek Publics’ Help Identifying Female Wanted on Felony Charges
The Covington Police Department is seeking the publics’ help identifying a woman suspected of multiple charges, including felony criminal damage to property, stemming from an incident that occurred at Butter Krisp Diner, 1105 US Hwy 190 Business, on December 26, 2015.
At approximately 2:00 AM, the female suspect arrived at the diner and got into an argument with an unknown black male. Six patrons, who were not connected to the original argument, exited the diner and were confronted by the female suspect. The suspect told them to go back inside, and that they could not leave, while she continued the argument with the unknown male.
The victims refused to wait inside, got into their vehicle, and tried to leave the scene. While they were trying to leave, the female suspect began repeatedly kicking the vehicle, then reached inside and punched one of the victims in the face. She was pulled away, only to return and resume kicking the vehicle, causing felony damage, before the victims could get away.
The victims of this attack all stated that they did not know the female suspect and that it was unprovoked on their part. The female suspect is wanted on multiple charges, including felony criminal damage, simple battery and disturbing the peace. Officers were able to obtain video footage of the incident, as well as still images of the suspect, which are attached to this release.
If you think you may know this person, please call the Covington Police Department at (985) 892-8500. You may also submit an anonymous tip through text messaging by sending TIP COVPD, followed by your message, to 888777 or through the web at http://local.nixle.com/tip/covington-police-department/.
Media contact: Chief Tim Lentz- 985.768.1205 firstname.lastname@example.org or
Officer Trey Mahon- 985.966.9131 email@example.com