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$1 million bail for woman deadly suburban Seattle car prowl

Associated Press

SAMMAMISH, Wash. – Bail has been set at $1 million for a woman arrested in connection with the death of a man in a car prowling incident in a Seattle suburb.

The Seattle Times reported 23-year-old Ka’Deidre Rials was ordered held Monday on investigation of vehicular homicide and identity theft.

A King County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman says a stolen credit card enabled detectives to identify Rials in the Wednesday death of Moises Radcliffe in Sammamish.

Rials was arrested Saturday. Police say Rials struck and killed Radcliffe in her SUV as he was confronting her for allegedly breaking into his vehicle.

A 16-year-old boy suspected of being connected to the homicide also appeared in court. He was ordered held on investigation of unlawful firearm possession.

The boy was arrested Saturday after he and an older boy allegedly pointed handguns at detectives, who opened fire and killed the older boy.

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