Aloha woman arrested in connection with cell phone robbery
A 20-year-old woman remained in jail Monday, Dec. 2, after her arrest on charges of robbery when she pointed a handgun at partygoers in Aloha and took away their cell phones.
Sheriff's deputies identified the suspect as Maria Guadalupe Guerrero, who was arrested Saturday, Nov. 30, in Aloha. She was booked at the Washington County Jail on charges of first-degree robbery, first-degree attempted robbery, menacing and unlawful use of a weapon. Bail was set at $25,000.
Deputies and detectives from the Violent Crimes Unit obtained a search warrant for the residence on Southwest Rachelle Court, where Guerrero was taken into custody.
Deputies said the incident occurred early Saturday in the 17600 block of Southwest Declaration Way in Aloha, where several partygoers said a woman brandished a handgun and forced them to hand over their cell phones.
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