Kenmore woman arrested on first-degree trespass at Starbucks

A 34-year-old Kenmore woman was arrested last Saturday at a Starbucks after being trespassed in November, authorities said.

A 34-year-old Kenmore woman was arrested last Saturday at a Starbucks after being trespassed in November, authorities said.

On Nov. 16 around 8:30 p.m. at the store in the 7700 block of Northeast Bothell Way the woman began picking up trash and tried to enter the employee section of the store, according to a report from the King County Sheriff’s Office.

When employees stopped her, she climbed on top of a lit fireplace and stood on the mantle, after which she was trespassed when deputies arrived, the report said.

Last Saturday, the woman came back to the Starbucks and was asked to leave by employees, when she refused, deputies came and arrested her on charges of first-degree trespass.

She was booked into South Correctional Entity Jail.




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