Authorities in Nisqually, Washington have have not yet published suspect Heather M. Espinoza's booking photograph following the October 11, 2017 detainment, according to recently released information.
Details of the the arrest were first obtained by The Washington Inquirer on October 12, 2017 after having been released by the Nisqually Corrections. The official report indicates that Espinoza was taken into custody following the encounter and charged for violating conditions of probation.
When jailed, Espinoza was defined as a nondescript suspect of unknown age. Additional details of the arrest may be available from the Nisqually Corrections at (360) 459-9603.
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