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Woman arrested after allegedly throwing rocks at LC High School windows

UPDATED: Fri., April 15, 2022

Windows are shown covered after a woman allegedly threw rocks at Lewis and Clark High School.   (Courtesy Spokane Police Department)
Windows are shown covered after a woman allegedly threw rocks at Lewis and Clark High School.  (Courtesy Spokane Police Department)

A 41-year-old woman is accused of throwing rocks at Lewis and Clark High School windows Thursday night.

Police responded to the incident shortly after 7 p.m. Thursday, officers said.

Based on witness descriptions and surveillance footage, officers quickly recognized the woman as someone who frequents the downtown area and whom they’ve contacted before, a news release said.

Officers arrested Brittany Johnson on Friday and booked her into the Spokane County Jail on second-degree malicious mischief – a felony due to the amount of property damage – and three outstanding warrants, according to the release. Johnson has one prior felony conviction.

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